LEARN TO USE THE VOICE THAT TELLS THE WORLD WHO YOU ARE AND WHAT YOU DO
Learn to use your voice, the bigness of it, the joy and sorrow in it, the voice that tells the world who you are and what you do. It is one of the most profound things you can do in this life. Sing even if you didn’t know you could. You will be better for it.
Singing lessons are for anyone wanting to have a deeper relationship with music and their voice. Regardless of your level of experience, the process will be organic and creative and will allow you to move towards an experience of freedom and well-being.
Private instruction allows you to progress at your own pace and access your own learning style. We will work together to create a repertoire of songs that showcase your range and sound. There can be a focus on learning melodies and harmonies, as well as finding a healing path as you explore and cultivate the power of your voice.
Why Take Voice Lessons?
- Grow your range and sing better than you already do
- Build up a repertoire of songs to sing
- Learn microphone and performance techniques
- Find your own true voice
- Learn to sing a song for a wedding or special event
- Prepare for an audition
- Heal past traumas around the voice and throat center
- For the pure joy of making music
- To increase emotional well-being
We meet to share in a call and response Kirtan with chanting and singing. Through the repetition of Sanskrit sounds, together, we move into a sound meditation, where the mind quiets and the heart opens. There is no experience required, you do not have to be religious and you do not have to be an experienced singer. Group singing is a way to connect to community, join your voice with others in an uplifting setting and share the vibration of your voice and good intentions. For more information, please email me directly.
For yoga teachers, students and those interested in Kirtan music, I offer private instruction in harmonium playing and Sanskrit chanting.
- Expand your knowledge of Sanskrit songs
- Learn new chords and melodies
- Broaden your meditation practice to include mantras