what it feels and sounds like
when you are
HONORING HOW YOUR BODY WORKS!
Have you ever thought "Vocal support shouldn't be this much work"?
You're right. It shouldn't.
Did You Know?
EVERY VOCALIST with HYPER-MOBILITY HAS A UNIQUE (and sometimes extreme) RANGE AND COMBINATION OF ABILITIES AND CHALLENGES that can vary from day to day and even from moment to moment.
This may have led to
and even PAIN
(sometimes you're so used to it you don't even know to call it pain)
that can affect your vocalization .
of the standardly mobile human body.
You will learn to line up your body, your breath and your sound in a very specific way to accommodate your individual combination of gifts and challenges.
We'll WORK WITH HOW YOUR BODY FUNCTIONS
WATCH PERSISTENT ISSUES EVAPORATE
GAIN COMFORT AND STABILITY IN YOUR VOCAL WORK
Did you know?
When Hypermobile vocalists
set up their bodies
for free and comfortably sustainable vocalization
in a way that
honors how their bodies work,
the RESULTS CAN BE SPECTACULAR.
THINGS YOU CAN DO NOW
Start getting used to noticing what your physical and emotional patterns are when you vocalize.
Hyper-mobile people have to
pay extra attention.
You'll learn why
as we work together.
Did you know?
As a hypermobile vocalist - just because you can do something doesn't mean it's healthy to do it.
Changing my technique
What hyper mobile singers need
180° DIFFERENT THAN THE TRAINING I RECEIVED IN COLLEGE.
...it is much EASIER to support, resulting in a FULLER,
MORE RESONANT sound.
My lower notes have become much CLEARER
my upper range MUCH MORE RELAXED.
Voice Teacher/Vocal Artist
"Singing is release of energy and expression. Both are hard when there's so much tension, and managing the tension is so distracting.
NO ONE COULD FIX IT.
I DIDN'T WANT TO SING ANYMORE
Monica gave me one thing to do and a problem I had for my whole life was fixed in a week and a half. I know it sounds too good to be true.
Now I can feel what everyone has been talking about. Now I can apply the things I learned in all the years of training and I can apply them correctly. My work with my teacher can take off.
I'M allowing myself to be hopeful and am even EXCITED THAT SINGING CAN BE FUN AGAIN.