Voice Empowerment and Overtone Singing, Group Series
Maximum 15 participants.
-5 group sessions. Each group session is 90 minutes.
-2 private sessions with me for each participant. The sessions are 1 hour each and scheduled separately.
-All group session recordings. Group sessions will be recorded and the recordings shared only with participants. If you miss a group session, you can watch the recording. You have the option to record your 1 on 1 sessions as well.
The Voice Empowerment and Overtone Singing Group Series is focused on connecting you to your unique, intuitive voice. Sound is a tool for moving energy to bring us into ourselves, and our unique essence on this planet.
We will also cover techniques for overtone singing. Practices to develop your own overtone singing. Overtone singing is also known as multi-pitch singing and harmonic singing. You learn to work with two (or sometimes more) sounds in your voice simultaneously. Participants may also choose to learn about Tuvan throatsinging also known as Khargyraa, which engages muscles in the throat for an immensely powerful sound.
Almost everyone, to some degree, has taken on a lot of stories from their environment and/or upbringing, about their voice. Many have been told that they have a “bad voice” or something similar. This is not true, but has been widely internalized, leading individuals to limit their own expression.
As we recognize this story, it loses its hold on us. Our voice becomes freer, more spontaneous, and feels better.
We will learn to feel sounds in the body, and especially the sound of our own voice. This is as simple as a shift of awareness so that sound becomes not something that we only hear, but that we feel resonating in and through our bodies. I will introduce practices that will help you do this.
As part of this, we will learn to hear the overtones in our voices, hearing overtones in our voice is essential for being able to work with them consciously. I will share very effective exercises to practice and work with the overtones in your own voice.