Engaging, intensive group discussions and improvisation (hands on demonstration) exploring the physiologic and psychologic aspects of voice production in public speaking or vocal performance.
Events/Projects (performance etc)
<<Personal performances, video, audio, client performances, lecture and workshops announcements>>
Contact (Information, questions, suggestions to Rosemary Ostrowski @ email@example.com
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Clients/ Some Quotes
(include performers, doctors, institutions,performing arts centers,cantors etc) Peak. Joe,Yolanda, Tim Saunders, Alex Holley, Howard Eskin, Gwen, Shirley, Florence, Meat loaf, Chloe Moore, opera singer Veronica Chapman, Chloe Moore, Melissa Perry, Lizzie, Yosef, Tery Greenland,etc
Who needs it? or What is possible?
Your voice tells a story without words. The first thing people notice is the quality, how it sounds. Communication is mostly non verbal (90%). But how you sound can make or break a great presentation and performance. These are hard based facts.
There is a history of learned behaviors in your voice and body. You acquire these behaviors early in the developmental years. Some are useful, but some can be unproductive and possibly cause the voice to weaken or lose power over time. Voice Science and voice research have proven that the voice can change by revising old ineffective habits with correct ones.
Through voice training this is accessible with conscious attention to "feeling" and limiting listening and judgement. Repetition of vocal exercise and identifying sensation can lead to positive behavioral changes. Muscle memory is established during this time within 3-4 weeks.