Singing Lessons: Sing with Freedom, Ease and Balance with this “Tao of Voice” Vocal Exercise



Do you experience vocal fatigue? Strain or tension? How about vocal hoarseness after singing?

Sometimes, despite our best intentions, as we developing our voices we can end up with an unwanted side-affect — pushing.

In the book, the Tao of Voice, author, teacher, and singing coach, Stephen Chun-Tao Cheng, shares an exercise that I have found helpful in over-riding the “pushing” side affect.

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Singing Lessons: Want to sing BIG? Start small! Learn the secret to a tiny head voice!



Developing a keen sense of how the sound in made on the minutest level brings great awareness and health when creating a full vocal sound. One concept that that supports this intimate study is Cuperto. Read more in my blog post and watch the video to learn exercises to help you! Here’s the link to my blog:

Serious about studying voice? Interested in taking lessons with me? Email me, Tricia Pine, for more information and to schedule your complimentary 30-minute lesson: triciapine@rejoiceinyourvoice.com – in studio or on skype

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