Follow the instructions on the video and let me know if you have any questions.
Enjoy this short seated sequence pre-performance, post-travel, or anytime you need a quick break from the stresses of life.
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Tuneful Tuesday Week 39: Auld Lang Syne
In honor of the new year, I decided to play through an easy version of Auld Lang Syne. You’re welcome to sing along if the mood strikes you. 😉
Happy New Year, everyone!
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Happy Christmas Singers!
Put on your favorite holiday gear, stand in solidarity next to your Christmas tree, and get ready to balance!
Standing with your feet parallel to one another, lean your weight into your left leg and raise your right knee up to find your balance. Then play with extending the floating leg. Bend back through the right knee and place your right foot against your left ankle, calf, or thigh (anywhere but the knee.) You can also play with an advanced variation, taking your right ankle against your left hip. Then bring your right knee back up and, leaning your torso forward, kick your right leg back behind you finding balance between the two.
Repeat on the other side and enjoy the fun!
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Fitness Friday week 10: My Favorite Post-Travel Sequence
I adore this series! It literally makes me taller and I find I grow a half an inch every time I complete it. (Which is good for a shortie like me.) Make sure your sound is on and feel free to hold every pose as long as you wish! Let me know if you have any questions.
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I love this deep heart opener. It is perfect for travel, before a performance or audition, or during a practice session when you’re just feeling tense and stuck vocally. Let me know if you have any questions!
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Rather than a new year’s resolution, I choose to make a new life resolution to love myself unconditional…. With all my quirks, with all my failed ideas, with all my conceived faults and unreached dreams and goals. I choose to love the fact that I am exactly who I need to be and I am the perfect version of myself in this moment. And tomorrow I will be the perfect version of myself in that moment. I am me, perfectly.