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Frustrated With Breath Support?

This one’s for you if you get frustrated with breath support. 

Trust me, you’re not alone if you:

  • Struggle to make it to the end of long phrases
  • Have an airy sound
  • Deal with tension or strain (yup….that’s a support issue)
  • Feel like you never get enough air on your inhale
  • Have trouble transitioning between registers (yup….also a support issue)

I want to let you in on something. . . . .there are three simple changes you can make that will improve your support right away so that you’re not frustrated with breath support anymore.

Here’s what I want you to know:

Your ability to improve your breath support involves the synthesis of a few essential things. You’ve probably heard me say before that singing is not just an artistic endeavor, it’s an athletic endeavor. And not only that, singing is also a cerebral endeavor. It’s body AND mind.

One thing matters more than anything else when it comes to how the mind & body communicate. . . . drum roll please. . . . Words!

The words we choose to direct ourselves around our singing really affect how we embody our technique, for better or for worse.  

Changing words shifts understanding. A new understanding shifts mindset. And a new mindset results in a new physical response which helps your body work for you instead of against you in accessing your most efficient singing technique.

Changing thinking = changing singing.

I’ve come up with the top 3 words you can change that will have the biggest effect on improving your breath support.

Watch now……You need to know this!!!

You don’t have to be frustrated with breath support any longer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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