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Emotional Voice

There is good reason why when we pray or when we want to express our love, we sing.  Song is the voice of the soul, and a powerful way to connect with others. Song evokes deep emotion both in the singer and the listener.


In my teaching, I help you express yourself in the freest, most comfortable, and least self-conscious way possible. 


The physical mechanism of the vocal chords is the same in everyone: we are all born with the ability to sing in the most natural way. What is different in each of us is the way we prevent ourselves from freely singing through muscular tension, which is usually experienced as worry.

Muscular tension is related to humiliation, trauma, and the psychology of self-criticism. Unfortunately, a little humiliation seems to go a long way. 


We are created with the ability to sing and speak comfortably and freely, but through the process of socialization we become self-conscious with the need to conform or comply. 


In the same way media saturation has made us think there is only one way our bodies are supposed to look, it has also given us a very narrow definition of how we should sound.  It is not how you sound, but how you feel and what you have to say when you sing that's important. 


All of us are singers and all of us have a story to tell. Singing is a birthright. As a natural function of the body, it is a deeply expressive extension of our ability to speak.


My goal is to help you re-integrate music and singing into the warp and weave of your life, not as a separate activity for separate people, but as something that flows easily in and out of the activities of daily life; as a means of connecting with yourself and others.

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The Power of Song

 There is good reason why when we pray or when we want to express our love, we use singing. Song is the voice of the soul, and a powerful way to connect with others. Song evokes deep emotion both in the singer and the audience.
In my teaching, I help you express yourself in the freest, most comfortable, and least self-conscious way possible. The physical mechanism of the vocal chords is the same in everyone: we are all born with the ability to sing in the most natural way. What is different in each of us is the way we prevent ourselves from freely singing through muscular tension, which is usually experienced as worry.  

Muscular tension

Muscular tension is related to humiliation, trauma, and the psychology of self-criticism. Unfortunately, a little humiliation seems to go a long way. We all start out singing comfortably and freely as, but through the process of socialization we become self-conscious with the need to conform, comply or "be good." In the same way media saturation has made us think there is only one way our bodies are supposed to look, it has also given us a very narrow definition of how we should sound. It is not how you sound, but how you feel when you sing that's important. When you feel good, you sound good!  

Everyone is a Singer

All of us are singers and all of us have a story to tell. Singing is a birthright, no one is truly, "tone deaf." As a natural function of the body, it is a deeply expressive extension of our ability to speak. My goal is to help you re-integrate music and singing into the warp and weave of your life, not as a separate activity for separate people, but as something that flows easily in and out of the activities of daily life; as a means of connecting with yourself and others.