Core Coordination

Core Coordination

If you feel like you don’t understand Breath Support for singing, you’re not alone! This abstract concept plagues beginning singers universally. The concept of Breath Support is crucial to singing well and healthfully, but it is at once both very specific...
Singing Through Your Cycle

Singing Through Your Cycle

This post will focus on the hormonal changes of women and estrogen-dominant individuals. However, any major fluctuation in your hormones (including those from certain medical syndromes, as well as while taking hormones for birth control or gender modifications) can...
Freedom of Movement

Freedom of Movement

As a singer, you likely know how important being in touch with your body awareness is. Perhaps you’ve noticed the effects of jaw or tongue tension on your sound, or know that you have a habit of slumping and impeding your ability to take in a full, comfortable...
What is Your Diaphragm?

What is Your Diaphragm?

So many singers begin lessons with the idea you should “breath from your diaphragm”… but very few can actually answer what their diaphragm IS (or for that matter, where it is). Let’s level up your knowledge! All breathing is diphragmatic...
Lifelong Singing

Lifelong Singing

Singing is a great joy to carry through your entire life. However, there are some important considerations to keep in mind at all stages of life– from early childhood singing straight through the aging voice– in order to maintain vocal health, comfort, and...
Alignment

Alignment

If you’re struggling with the difficulty of singing something you’ve always wanted to master, we’ve got good news! Singing well is not about trying harder. Instead, singing well is 100% about working smarter and finding ease and freedom. After seeing...
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