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Nearly every singer I work with has a struggle with breath support. It’s that nagging insecurity of “am I gonna make it to the end of this phrase???” when they’re performing and there’s a lot on the line. It plagues them when they’re recording and they’re chasing take after take as their body gets tighter and tighter. And, it also hits them in auditions when they’re not sure if they’ll be able to nail it when it counts despite all the training they’ve had. The worst part? The anxiety it creates when you can’t rely on your breath, and the way it decks your confidence and prevents you from building the kind of successful singing career your talent is otherwise capable of. And, so, you try to deal with it – you watch endless YouTube videos which either confuse you more (cause the truth is that most voice teachers don’t know how to teach support) or frustrate you because you have no idea if you actually doing it right.  You continue to try to put yourself out there for opportunities in your singing career, but it only makes you feel more insecure because you know that singing the way you’ve been