Articles On All Things #VoicePed
I don’t always write down my #voicepedthoughts, but when I do?
This is where I put them.
Lots of folks do not enjoy learning by reading. This blog outlines eight alternatives to cracking open a text book for folks who want to learn voice pedagogy but who don’t want to do it by reading.
Something you may not know about me is that both of my children are neurodivergent.
Sometimes we use the phrase “breath support” when what we really mean is, well, something else.
tongue tension is a thing. so i went live to talk about it.
if you’re exhausted by online teaching, here’s a little reminder of something you already know xo
We find ourselves in a state of RAPIDLY-CHANGING-FEET-NEVER-LANDING-HOLY-COW-HOW-DID-THIS-ESCALATE-SO-FAST ness. And we’re going to PIVOT THE HECK OUT OF IT. YEAH WE ARE.
Here’s a weensie list of cross-training and belt-a-licious resources you can access to help you teach your face off even harder than you already do.
a blog post dedicated to the folx who want to know more about allll the businessy things …
I am asked ALL THE TIME about the best resources to start a #voiceped journey so here’s a list of five of my favourite free (that’s why they’re in the STARTER KIT, friends) voice ped resources.
if you have a few minutes of downtime, here are some #voiceped blog posts to make you go, hmmmm …