I know what it's like to struggle for years and years in hopes of commanding the support, flexibility and stamina necessary to resonate freely.
I spent over 30 years singing and giving up, soul searching, "attitude adjusting", addressing my internal voice, singing and giving up, redoubling my effort to follow master teachers' time honored instructions in hopes that this time the best technique would work for me, and giving up again. Well meaning self help practitioners told me I'd have a world class career if I'd just get a handle on my resistant ego. I regularly found myself in pain (during and after singing), experiencing frequent emotional lows, and being vocally compromised for up to a week after every lesson, master class, rehearsal or performance. It was soul killing and career stalling.
Master Voice Teacher
works with the entire resonant system -
here at Voice Unbound™
helping you optimize
your relationship with your resonance
so you can have the
abundantly harmonious life you seek.
Voice Unbound Vocal Support Technique™
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It was clear that technique as traditionally taught and how my body works were out of alignment with each other.
I had to search "outside the box". The clues had to be there!
And they were - hidden in plain sight..
You see, my body can be described as hyper mobile. Mismanaged, this paradoxically causes imbalance and tension in my whole body and by extension in my vocal production.
Wait! Wait! Wait!
"Monica, what does this
have to do with me?!!"
What if I'm not hyper mobile?
I'm glad you asked.
My hyper mobility revealed what other vocalists are "getting away with".
Are you a
"HYPER MOBILE" VOCALIST?
Do you find it difficult to find a consistent stability as you pursue your fully, individually resonant sound?
Do you feel you may get side-lined
as just not having what it takes, not working hard enough, or having self-sabotage issues?
It's likely the elements of your vocal support are not being "normally" recruited and
you'll need to get your support in a different way.
Imagine how your vocal work
can feel and sound when you
IN A WAY THAT HONORS
HOW YOUR BODY WORKS.
Even if you are a
VOCALIST WITH "NORMAL" TENDONS, it can take years and years
and countless dollars, until you eventually "recruit" the structures needed to get command of the vocal support you need to sing or speak.
How much more efficient
will your vocal work be,
what persistent vocal issues will "spontaneously" clear up,
how much wear and tear on your vocal mechanism will you avoid
when you learn to use what hyper mobility taught me about PURPOSEFULLY COORDINATING
YOUR FULL BODY
AS YOUR VOCAL SUPPORT?
the relief when a persistent vocal issue "spontaneously" clears up,
how much wear and tear on your vocal mechanism you will avoid
when you put into practice
what hyper mobility reveals about
YOUR FULL BODY
AS YOUR VOCAL SUPPORT?
Very few people know that It TENDON LAXITY can contribute to
very tight muscles along with underperforming muscles creating misalignments
AFFECT VOCAL PRODUCTION
They don't know how it's been influencing their vocalization.
They don't know how
can affect them and their vocalization.
A lot of people with muscle tension (and even pain) don't know that is a contributing factor and even affect
AFFECTS VOCAL PRODUCTION
"...it's not standard technique. It's DIFFERENT and it's BETTER."
JM / Voice Teacher & Hypermobile Singer
"That's what they told me - and I'm here to say:
they were wrong about why I was struggling."
Are you an
You have a very special kind of voice. Wind instruments, of course, manage their breath. Consider: even pianists and drummers need breath to play.
Do you want to capitalize on what
using fully supported breath
to create sound and
make musical choices?
the REAL GRAVITAS
in your voice comes from.
with your voice.
whether you are interrupted or ignored.
HOW YOUR ARE
before you say a word.
a spectacularly gifted intuitive!
If you are truly committed to
your journey of self-evolution,
Monica provides a gentle and effective
method of change."
Do you have discomfort anywhere in your body during or after using your voice.
have trouble finding the core of your sound?
Have you been told your intonation is inconsistently