Posts in wellbeing
Tongue-Tied (mini-series part 1)

:: 3 September 2019 ::

As a singer, you don’t want to face vocal problems that stand in the way of reaching your full (skill and earning) potential. Often vocal health issues are the result of a lack of sound or regularly-used techniques, you’ve probably heard of Adele’s vocal health battles or maybe Sam Smith’s. Often voice problems are linked to too much voice use and less-than-ideal vocal technique. Yet that’s not how I ended up in vocal rehabilitation…

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The Power of Singing Together

:: 19 August 2019 ::

I admit straight from the off I am biased on this subject; singing together with other people is a powerful and uplifting activity! Thankfully, science backs up my experience-based belief.

The power of it is nothing - or at least little - to do with the quality of singing (so this is absolutely not just for the solo stars, it is extremely inclusive) but there is something that draws us closer…

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The Warm-up

:: 5 June 2019 ::

Why hello there.

Thanks for taking the time to check out my first ‘Singing for Supper, Sundays and Self-Care’ blog post!

Having used my singing voice as a big part of both earning a living and serving in church for my adult life, and having had a number of encounters with my human frailty in the areas of mental, emotional and …

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