Finding Your Voice is for you when you’re
ready to unleash your truth-telling in the world…
...either as a force for self actualization, healing, as a creative-trigger or in actual musical form.
Are you seeking to speak up, heal, and self-actualize? When you’re willing to experiment with using your singing voice as a form of personal development, you begin to hear yourself. And when you can hear yourself, you can start to bring that truth into everything you do. Finding your voice aligns who you are with how you express yourself.
Are you an entrepreneur or a creative professional needing to access your inspiration and creative flow and get around your creative blocks? It might sound strange to associate “voice” with your work, but when you have a better sense of who you are and how you want to express yourself, that sense of “voice” translates into everything you do. The inner voice you have becomes clearer, and the outer voice you use strengthens the integrity of your vision. Finding your voice can get you out of your head (creative block) and back into your body (creative flow).
Are you a musician just starting to write and compose? Telling your story and expressing yourself through song is one of the most powerful ways we can show up as ourselves in the world. It is a vehicle to transform our pain into beauty. It is a way for us to take the hardships and make them into pillars of strength. Songs are our life-rafts. Finding your voice helps you build them.
Are you an experienced musician, performer, instrumentalist that feels held back by the technical facility of your voice? When you understand the physiological-emotional connection between specific muscle function and vocal timbre, you can begin to serve your songs with the depth and full range of emotion you wish to express. Finding your voice helps you feel comfortable with being heard.
Music is a Form of Truth-Telling
...And a way for you to finally find your voice
Songs are healing. Songs are creative prompts. Songs are emotional experiences.
When we come across the right song, it becomes a mantra that reminds us of our truth.
We listen to it over and over as it becomes our song. Our truth.
Songs have power.
They become the reminder of your truth.
Even more importantly: they can be the way you finally speak your truth.
What does it mean to find your voice?
Finding your voice means being yourself.
Finding your voice means being comfortable in your own skin.
Finding your voice means delivery.
….It means returning home.
….It means having a sense of purpose.
Finding your voice means freedom.
Finding your voice means being heard.
Finding your voice means being seen.
...For who you are
Finding your voice means alignment with your values.
Finding your voice does not mean you have to share it.
...or give it away.
Finding your voice does not mean you have to become a performing monkey.
Finding your voice does not mean doing something that’s not comfortable for you.
Finding your voice does not mean you have to sing in front of anyone.
Finding your voice means you accept and love yourself.
Finding your voice means you hear yourself.
You heal yourself.
Finding your voice means finding yourself.
….because it is the sonic representation of who you are.