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This video is an upgrade on how to breath deeply using the diaphragm. Breathing down to the pelvic floor is stressed avoid unnecessary tension in the upper body prior to singing.
Hi this is Craig from Shimizu Voice using my batman voice for this video.
This video is meant to show you how to breathe down to your pelvic floor. This type of deep breathing produces the least amount of stress throughout the body to prepare yourself for singing without tension.
The keys to this deep breathing are the high but relaxed chest position and the loose lower stomach area. The chest should not be moving during inhalation or exhalation. The breathing should be felt in the lower stomach area, the pelvic floor and towards the buttocks. The buttocks really does not actually become noticeably larger. The animation is an exaggeration to help you breathe lower.
The inhalation should take two seconds and the exhalation should be for four seconds.
The exhalation should be noisy because it’s much easier to exhale for four seconds with slight vocal fold restriction. Use a breathy “ahh” as demonstrated during exhaltion.
This type of deep breathing also allows you to breathe through your nose deeply without having to force the air in even in a short period. Breathing through the nose is the healthy way to breathe because the nose warms and cleans the air before it enters the lungs.
The result of this type of breathing should be a lighter sensation throughout the body and a calm mind.
This should be used whenever you are stressed whether it be from daily activities or before you go onstage.
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