Find your natural voice
Many adults struggle with finding their authentic voices in a world that is often dominated by societal expectations and corporate cultures that discourage individuality, creativity and expression.
This suppression and repression can manifest in the body as tension, shallow breathing and even anxiety, depression and physical dis-ease. In singing, this can manifest as:
– SInging out of tune or off-key. Singing out of tune can also happen for various reasons, such as not hearing the notes well, dysfunctional vocal technique, or feeling nervous.
– Singing with a nasal or breathy tone. This can make your voice sound weak or unpleasant, and it can also hurt your vocal folds over time. Singing with a nasal or breathy tone can be caused by habits, anatomy or health issues.
– Singing with tension or strain when singing high notes or loud volumes. This habit may make you feel tired, sore, or even result in injury.
– Singing without proper support or breath control. This can make your voice lack power, endurance and consistency. It can also make you sing off-pitch and crack.
– Singing without emotion or expression. This can make your voice sound boring or monotone. It can also make you lose connection with your audience. SInging without emotion or expression can have a deeper meaning than not understanding the meaning of the words, or being unable to emote with your face and body.
– Singing with dysfunctional technique. This includes poor posture and articulation.
– Less than ideal lifestyle habits. This includes things like smoking, drinking alcohol, eating spicy foods, or clearing your throat too much.
– Singing without passion or enjoyment. Singing without passion or enjoyment can happen when you lose your passion or enjoyment for singing due to various reasons, such as stress, pressure, competition, expectations, low mood, boredom or burnout; or singing for the wrong reasons, such as fame, money, ego and validation,
But what if we told you that there is a way to reconnect with your inner voice and unleash your full potential in a fun, rewarding, and empowering way? Our caring and committed voice teacher, Ms Grace, can help you achieve your singing goals and dreams. We offer personalized and comprehensive voice lessons for singers of all levels and styles. Whether you want to sing for fun, for personal growth, for performance, for audition, for recording, for competition, or for career advancement, we have the right voice lesson for you.
Singing is not just a hobby or a talent-it is a powerful tool for personal growth, healing and transformation..
Singing improves the brain by:
Singing involves multiple cognitive skills at once, which keeps the brain agile and prevents it from becoming sluggish. Learning to sing is a fun and rewarding way to improve your memory and IQ.
Improving your mood
Singing releases endorphins which are associated with feelings of pleasure and happiness. It also reduces levels of cortisol, a hormone associated with stress
Improving language skills
Singing can help improve language skills by increasing vocabulary and improving pronunciation
Singing requires coordination between different parts of the body, including the diaphragm, vocal cords, and mouth. This can help overall coordination
Singing can help stimulate creativity by encouraging improvisation and experimentation with different sounds and styles.
Activating multiple parts of the brain at once
These include the auditory cortex (which processes sound), the motor cortex (which controls movement), and the limbic system (which is involved in emotion).
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Who will benefit
Singing is a great activity for teenagers who want to improve their confidence, work ethic, creativity, vocal health, and skills. Singing can also benefit their physical and mental health by relieving stress, boosting immunity, increasing pain tolerance, improving lung function, enhancing brain function, improving communication, and boosting self-esteem.
Singing can also enrich teenagers’ quality of life by providing them with a fun and enjoyable outlet, a social and supportive community, and a preparation for future opportunities.
Singing is a great way to improve women’s mental health. It lowers cortisol, the stress hormone, and releases endorphins, the natural painkillers and mood boosters. It also boosts blood flow and brain function, enhancing mood and cognition. Moreover, it provides a creative outlet for women to express their emotions and cope with grief and anxiety. It can help with various mental health conditions, such as post-natal depression and chronic inflammation.
Singing can help men who have difficulty expressing and communicating their emotional needs due to social pressure and expectations. Singing can make them feel valued, connected, expressive, relaxed, and joyful. Singing can also improve their communication and emotional skills by articulating, listening, improving, and developing their feelings through music.
Age is just a number. Singing can benefit seniors in many ways, both physically and mentally. Singing can relieve stress, boost immunity, increase pain tolerance, improve lung function, enhance brain function, improve communication, boost self-confidence, and reduce depression. Singing can also be a fun and enjoyable activity that can enrich the quality of life for seniors.
People in recovery
According to some studies, singing can offer benefits for people who suffer from chronic illnesses related to the respiratory system, such as long COVID, COPD, asthma, cystic fibrosis, and cancer. Singing involves deep breathing and the controlled use of muscles in the respiratory system, which can help strengthen them and improve lung function. Singing may also boost the immune system and increase the pain threshold by releasing endorphins. Additionally, singing can reduce stress and anxiety, which may have a positive impact on mental health.
Actors and performers
Sign up for our functional voice training today and unleash your full potential!
This is an introductory session where we will assess your voice and give you our feedback and recommendations. We will also teach you some corrective exercises to improve your voice and health.
This is a follow-up package where we will review your progress after the first session and make sure you are doing the exercises correctly. We will also address any questions or concerns you may have.
This is a project-based package where we will help you prepare for a small event, such as a basic performance, audition, or wedding. We will work on both technique and song interpretation to help you sing with confidence and expression.
This is an extended project-based package where we will have more time to focus on technique-building as well as song interpretation and performance coaching. This package is ideal for those who want to balance technical development and project preparation.
Payment for sessions must be made in advance. You can use the sessions at any time that suits you.