Voice of Your Life is dedicated to the healthy voice inside you.
Everyone - performing artist or not - deserves to understand the amazing
instrument inside your throat: a small but powerful organ that unites
breath and muscle; words and music; spirit, sound, and communication.
The voice is precious yet robust; you can protect it with simple daily
life habits. And it's getting easier all the time to find teachers,
therapists and physicians who are as dedicated to voice as you are.
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How to Avoid Vocal Strain: Lifestyle Tips for Recreational Singers - interview in Making Music
Affordable Health Care for the Voice? Not enough, Not Yet.
My August 2012 blog cheered what the Supreme Court upheld, but concerned that it won't do a lot for specialties like voice medicine and speech therapy.
TheModernVocalist.com Leaders of Voice interview (Episode 5, date 1/1/2012)
Singers' health roundtable with Kristen Chenoweth & others, from American Theatre Magazine.
Ever wondered exactly how yoga is or isn't good for your voice? (Mostly, it's great, but there are a few cautions.) Southern California's Whole Life Times has published my article on Yoga for Singers.
more in MEDIA
Here's a cool intro to how your voice works.