Empowering The Voice (Voice and Movement)

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Empowering The Voice (Voice and Movement)

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Empowering The Voice (Voice and Movement)
: $350 + GST (2 payments of $183.75 INCL GST)
Class Hours:
1 class/week, 14 hours instruction
Instructor: Caroline Cave and Lisa Peers
Class Description: The purpose of this class is to build a flexible voice and to prepare for a healthy, sustainable career on the mic. As such, we’ll explore the whole body as an instrument of sound production and sound support. Breath-release, alignment, and relaxation will be the foundation from which we will widen vocal range, sharpen articulation, and open up to fuller expression.

We’ll explore sound as triggered by an inner imaginative or  emotional impulses. We will build focus, mindfulness and creative freedom. We’ll look at sound vibration as a form of touch and how it affects the listener/receiver.

All of this work will be held in the framework of performer’s health and the pursuit of vocal release, range and stamina. Self-care will be the cornerstone of the entire practice.

Students will be asked to keep a class journal and to deepen their practice and exploration outside of class.

Water, a yoga mat, notebook and layered loose clothing are required. We will work in socks or bare feet.

Next Session:

Wednesdays October 9, 16, 23, 30. 2019 6:30 - 9:30 PM (OPEN SEATS)

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Specifically, you will:

  • Work in a professional studio, with industry-standard equipment
  • Introduced to the ideas of grounding, release, body dynamic & breath.
  • Begin the process of creating a vocal warm-up your performer.
  • Begin the process of exploring your breath patterns.
  • Begin the exploration of the speech apparatus.
  • Do Physical warm up focusing on performer’s base and awakening a sensation of your spine.
  • Explore and release of the holding places of tension.
  • Explore of physical collapse and how it affects your breath and speech.
  • Breath meditation
  • Begin the exploration of the vocal apparatus.