Strengthen Your Body For Singing – Integration Flow 1

INtegration of Your Body-Breath-Voice Connection

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In this video, Voice Physio, Selina, demonstrates an easy Integration Flow to sync up your Body-Breath-Voice Connection for Singing.

This includes 5 easy movement chosen specifically because they help to strengthen your Singing Specific Areas.

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’Til next time, Be Free In Your Movement™.

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In this video I’m going to demonstrate an Integration Flow where we combine movement and voicing to sync up your Body-Breath-Voice Connection.

When we Integrate we want each component to be at a level that is easy for you so we have plenty of brain space to sync them all up. Let me break this down.

For the breathing component, I am going to take mindful inhale making sure I’m expanding my ribcage all around from the front, the side, and the back.

For the voicing component, I like to voice an “oo” at my most comfortable pitch and maybe go up one semitone for variety when I feel like it. For the movement component, what you will see are movement that are easy for me, they are also chosen because they help optimise the Singing Specific Areas.

Because they are easy-for-me, these movement may not be suitable for you. If you are unsure, check with your own health professional first.

I’m going to do a siren before and after the Flow for comparison.

One more thing, I have a free training for singers called Introduction to Breath Support. I will tell you more about that after the demonstration so make sure you stick around for that.

This is the before siren

[vocalising siren]

[vocalising oo with each exhalation]

And this is the after siren.

[vocalising siren]

For me that was definitely a lot lighter, freer and I certainly feel more connected with my voice. What do you think? Let me know in the comments.

And that was a demonstration of an easy Integration Flow to help sync up your Body-Breath-Voice Connection.

If you want to learn more about how to build strong bodies to enhance your vocal efficiency and performance, make sure you subscribe.

About the free training I mentioned earlier, I know there is a lot of confusion and misinformation about Breath Support, what are you really supposed to do with your muscles?

I know the struggle is real that’s why I have created a FREE tutorial where I walk you through how to properly connect with your pelvic floor, how to feel your core in action when you sing, and how to Integrate these into your singing. You can grab the free training via the link in the description.

Thank you so much for joining me today. I’m Selina, a physio and a singer. Until next time, Be Free In Your Movement.™

And how to intecrate these, oh you did it again integrate not intecrate. Aiya.

Selina Asirus Tannenberg. Voice Physio

Selina

Selina Tannenberg is a Meanjin (Brisbane)-based Physiotherapist, Singer, Composer. She believes a Strong, Limber and Fit body is an under-utilised key to enhancing Vocal Efficiency and Performance so has created Voice Physio to help Singers build Strong Bodies for Singing! She publishes music under her nom de plume, Asirus, and has a pet dragon named Sk’on.

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