Dynamics Of Breathing And Singing
As a Singing Voice Specialist of many years, my goal is to be of service to you by helping you recover your ideal and optimal balance in your voice-body toward greater, more joyful singing through a unique method of breathing-coordination. The training and guidance you will experience with me comes from the understanding gained through professional work on the stage, decades of teaching (using the science of Functional Anatomy, MFR tension reduction technique and MDH Breathing Coordination methods). If you use your voice daily in a higher-use capcity, you are indeed a vocal-athlete! It is my hope and joy to help all my clients discover and experience a "maximum efficiency, minimum effort".
I really enjoy seeing and hearing my clients uncover their authentic and expressive voice. My extensive training in numerous modalities allows me to resource the very best for each client; help them experience transformation every session.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
After an initial "meet & great" phone conversation, a lesson is scheduled. I teach in a way that empowers the client to find and access solutions toward transformation.
I am here to help facilitate the development of your optimal balance in breathing and sounding (singing or speaking); in all areas that are of value to your goal.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Bachlor and Master degrees
Retired Professional Singer (Europe)
University Voice Teacher
M.D.H.Breathing Coordination Practitioner
M.F.R. Certificate in Head, Neck & Swallowing
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
Varied prices/packages from $25 to $120 @ session.
Initial session with Breathing Coordination assessment: $120.
What types of students have you worked with?
I work with vocal-athletes. Beginning to advanced singers, novice or professional speakers, lawyers, actors, school teachers and those recovering from vocal health issues (vocal fatigue, breathing issues). Having taught all ages, my approach is best suited to teen and adult clients.
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
You will know when you have found the best fit soon after you experience the first couple of lessons. You are investing in developing your voice, the one you will use for life whether it is for singing or speaking...so, find the best training you can afford!