‘Finding Vocal Freedom & Ease’
For singers, speakers, performers and anyone interested in how their physicality effects their voice and breath.
Now available via workshop recording.
An opportunity to work creatively with the Alexander Technique in relation to singing and breathing and to explore how releasing unnecessary tension patterns can free and expand your voice, and enhance performance.
During this workshop we will explore different elements of singing and vocalising, and how we can optimise our performance through learning to ‘do less in order to allow more’. We will explore how we can improve our vocal experience by changing our awareness and by utilising Alexander Technique-based release work, to optimise the suspension of the larynx, diaphragm and lungs, to lengthen the breath, to awaken the soft palate…and more. This will include simple, practical anatomy and lots of experiential work, including movement/ stretching, guided visualisations, talk-throughs, observation, fun… We will work work in stillness (lying on the floor) and in movement, whilst singing, speaking, sounding…. This workshop is usually taught as part of a longer workshop which has been adapted into a series of zoom workshops… Please consider complimenting this day by also attending: the ‘Warm-Ups’ Workshop’ , ‘Essential Tips & Tools for Singing Group Leaders’ , the ‘Exploring Breath Workshop’ , or the ‘Taizé Chants & Sacred Songs group leader training’ , all of which are available via recordings.
Cost & Bookings:
Usual cost: £105 Sliding Scale: £40-£105
(If financially challenged, please reflect honestly on what you can afford to pay for this workshop, and adjust the payment button as needed.)
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Enquiries: Delia 01342 825031 or firstname.lastname@example.org