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Join Arden’s free virtual studio to get member-only tips, tools and singing insights

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BRAVO

I’m so excited to have you!

Studio Members get motivational emails every once in a while, first dibs on scholarship seats to singing workshops and master-classes and other studio member-only resources I don’t offer anywhere else.

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There is now and will only ever be ONE voice like yours!

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. . . . . which is why the experience of having a vocal injury can be scary and overwhelming. Hopefully you will never have to experience it. But if you have damaged your vocal chords in some way, the physical damage can most often be treated and healed by an expert Otolaryngologist, Head & Neck Surgeon and/or Speech Pathologist. However, returning to singing after a vocal injury can feel like a much more daunting process then treating the physical injury itself.

I have developed a method for working with singers returning from vocal injury that is a gentle program which builds a new, healthy, reliable technique while also rebuilding your confidence in your instrument and support.

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There are unique confidence issues that often accompany singers returning from vocal injury.

Addressing these issues in voice lessons is equally as important  as rebuilding healthy technique if you are to succeed in not repeating  the same damage in the future.

I guide healing singers to return safely to singing with a healthy, confident and reliable technique so you are not at risk of damaging your voice again.