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One Easy Tip To Improve Your Singing With A Simple Yoga Pose

Awareness plays a huge part in learning how to improve your singing. Before you say “Oh Arden, you’re jumping on the awareness bandwagon too??” let me admit to already being a full fledged rider of that bandwagon for many reasons, not the least of which is that awareness is the number one tool I use as a singer and teacher to inspire the biggest improvements in singing technique for myself and my students. In my own life lately, this awareness has expanded in a very cool way and I’m excited to share it with you here. I find myself completely aware of how things that seem to have nothing to do with how to improve singing, actually have everything to do with how to improve singing! My latest epiphany occurred in yoga the other day. As many of you know, I’m a devoted yogi. One of the basic poses in yoga is called Tadasana, or Mountain Pose. Tadasana is the foundation for all standing poses in yoga. The basic structure of Tadasana consists of standing with your feet together and your arms by your side with your palms open facing out – nothing more then that. The other day I