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Embodied Practice
Embodied Practice

Tue, 19 Mar



Embodied Practice

What if there was a way to not only learn music, but level up your entire performance experience without having to make a sound? Whether you're sick, tired, injured, recovering, or just wanting to play, this workshop gives you access to a whole new way to work with your voice!

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Time & Location

19 Mar 2024, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm



About the event

What if you could learn music faster, sing better and feel confident about delivering incredible performances… all without making a sound?

Traditional practice methods focus on the words, the notes, the rhythms, the voice itself, stage direction, cues, storytelling…

But leave out a crucial component of your performance experience: your body!

What does performing actually feel like in your body?

More importantly, how do you want your body to feel while you’re performing?

Many singers complain of not being able to connect with their bodies during performance, but there’s something magical that happens when you start to work with an embodied practice.

Things get so much easier!

Your singing transforms instantly.

Technical challenges are tackled in days not years.

Your performances are next-level exciting!

Why?  Because you’re starting with  your body in a performance-ready place instead of waiting until later in the rehearsal process to think about the performance experience.

The Embodied Practice Workshop gives you access to a whole new set of tools to transform your singing experience.

  • Introduction to full-body resonance to seamlessly integrate your WHOLE body into your singing practice anytime, anywhere.
  • Performance-ready exercises that catapult your singing and your artistry.
  • Focused mastery to smooth out technical challenges without tiring your voice or body.

The best part is you can utilize the principles of Embodied Practice to learn music quicker, sing better, and have more astounding performances without making a single sound.​

As I watched the cold and flu season settling in during audition season, it struck me how vital it would be for singers to have access to tools that could allow them to keep doing meaningful singing practice even when they can't sing.

But this workshop is even more powerful than that!

Performing requires a deep trust in your vocal production so that you can engage with your audience properly.  When you step out on stage you need to KNOW that your body and your voice is there for you no matter what.

This is when your most authentic and moving performances take place - when you can be present with your audience in the art you’re creating.

How much would it mean to you to walk into any situation without having to worry about how you sound?

What would it feel like to never have to worry about whether your body will be there?

How could this kind of work transform your art as a whole - feeling empowered to push your artistic limits sooner rather than later?

How might this give you confidence to go for bigger, better gigs knowing you have the ability to create exciting performances time and time again?

These are the results I’m bringing to you!

Tools that not only make the learning process quicker, they make your performances more fulfilling.


This workshop will improve your singing, create a sustainable practice that doesn’t tire out your voice, and lead to more exciting and fulfilling performances.

Embodied Practice

March 19 at 2pm PST

Registration is open through March 18.

This workshop will run about 1.5 to 2 hours.  It will be recorded and accessible to registrants for at least a year.

There are a few spaces for singers to get live coaching on these principles in real time.  

Send me a message if you want to be on the list!

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  • General Admission

    Access to the live event, recording and a 20min private integration session.

    USD 220.00
    +USD 5.50 service fee
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