Have you always wanted to learn how to sing or have been singing for up to five years? Do you want to feel more confident about your voice?

Is singing an integral part of your busy life? Do you need brush up your skills and learn time-tested exercises to make performing more fun?

Is performing your passion and livelihood? Have you reached a plateau in areas of your technique and need to dig deeper to reach your goals?

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Tricia Leines Pine

But if we can, in those tender moments, remind ourselves of the bigger picture, our greater strength and the inner vision we serve… and moment by moment, inch by inch, give ourselves permission to change our physical state, take the time to fake it ‘til we make it… and through those breaths of courage, science supports and data proves that we will find ourselves stronger, more confident, and presenting better.

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Tricia Leines Pine

We blame them on the moon, food, past lives, the devil, God, our childhood, our family, relationships, circumstances…but one thing is for sure… emotions happen… are you ready?

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Tricia Leines Pine

One way to take the pressure off the larynx and create a clear resonate tone is by making sound through the consonant blend of the “ng.” Watch this video voice lesson to help you find your “ng” space.

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Tricia Leines Pine

If you are a giver and feeling a bit unbalanced in life and in your vocal production, try the idea of letting your sound feed and nurture you first – giving from this place may help you take the first steps to returning to healthy giving and healthy singing.

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Tricia Leines Pine

Singers are smart.  We know how to take in information from a multitude of sources, make adjustments, and instantly apply it to our work; from the practice room to lessons, auditions, rehearsals, and to performances, we are highly observant, coachable, and eager to serve. But sometimes this outward focus may become our dominant tool and we forget to nurture the inner feel of the voice.