Aligned and Aware: Solutions for the Singing Body

Un-wreck Your Neck

A FREE Challenge for Voice Teachers and Singers

January 24-27, 2022

 

Join me to address the #1 physical complaint I hear from singers!

 

*Are stretching and massage enough to solve neck pain?

*What do my shoulders and pelvis have to do with my neck?

*Where does strength fit in and how do I get started?

*How do you take a whole body approach to solving neck pain?

 

You'll get answers to those questions and learn ways of moving to strengthen the neck to help yourself and your singers .

 

What's inside the challenge

**Sign up today and get your welcome email!

Day 1: Assessments of range of motion, ease and a simple, whole body stretch.

Day 2: Explore connections between your pelvis and your neck.

Day 3: Check in with your shoulders.

Day 4: We get into strength and how to begin with isometric work in the neck.

**Each email contains more information as well as videos to guide you through movement.

** Join me in the Seeing the Whole Singer Group for special live videos throughout the week to supplement your learning.

 Join today and get on the path to stability and freedom in your neck and voice! Full details will be in your confirmation email!

 

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Ian Howell

Ian Howell

Dir. Vocal Pedagogy, New England Conservatory

“It is humbling to be confronted with how much one can know about alignment and breathing for singing, and how good a real expert can be at working the hidden rules of our physiology to elicit improved singing. I’ve been applying what I learned in my studio this week and more readily achieving the results I wanted than even last week. You’re filling in so many gaps for people surrounding the singing body.”

 

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