What an amazing day we had on Saturday… we had a full course of 12 people who came along… and  it was well received.

With Rachel Belringer leading the song we enjoyed some simple songs, in rounds and four part harmony, whilst I helped bring  attention to any habits that were getting in the way of singing with a free and natural voice.   Rachel and I thoroughly enjoyed it and learned a lot from the feedback and from working together on this joint approach. Now we’re hoping to do a 4-week course starting this coming Saturday (6th May), 9.30-12.30pm ( NB not 3.30pm as stated on poster)  in the Church Cottage, Denbury. Suitable for absolute beginners in both singing and Alexander Technique, and those with more experience in either or both, we’ll be exploring things in a bit more depth. Lots of guidance on achieving an improved stress free posture, and as much singing as Rachel can cram in…  Only 5 places left  so book early to ensure your space.

Read below, some of the feedback that we received on the day:

Your experience of the day?

‘ really enjoyable ! it brought together so many useful skills and techniques’; ‘most enjoyable and instructive time’

What did you take from the day:

‘Better awareness of posture in movement’,  ‘how to unlock hips and knees and reduce tension’,  ‘how to release the neck’,  ‘the need to notice the habit looking down rather than out’,  ‘the need to stop and leave myself alone prior to singing’; ‘the benefits of  singing with an open throat’.

What did you enjoy about the day?   

‘A chance to sing’ ( for the first time); ‘Singing with a group of people and with a new found posture’; ‘The balance between the Alexander technique and the singing’: ‘the balance between the theory and the activities’. ‘Kay’s hands on me so gently whilst singing’, ‘active rest’.