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Used commonly in airway, orofacial, laryngeal, and craniocervical interventions, these techniques aim to release, restore, improve, and maintain the soft tissue function of the muscles of respiration, phonation, mastication, and facial expression.
POSTURAL & RESPIRATORY TRAINING
How we breathe and how we posture ourselves are deeply intertwined. Improving the relationship between breathing and posture while reinforcing structural health through proper adaptive input keeps a singer's instrument primed for performance and longevity. Trainings focus on tissue health with important considerations for connective tissues and the fascial system.
THERAPEUTIC TOUCH & MOVEMENT
The sensory experience of touch and pressure are vital to psychophysiological regulation and vocal health. Through appropriate techniques with regards to the meninges, cranial nerves, and the autonomic nervous system a singer can attain long-lasting results for vocal, emotional, physical, and mental health.
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