Research shows that singing builds your confidence and impacts your physical wellbeing.
At Find Your Voice we offer singing lessons not only to established singers but as a resource to anyone who wants to:
• Build your confidence
• Step outside your comfort zone in a supportive, safe environment
• Explore and develop your creativity
• Learn a new skill set
• Work with a coach that can see and help guide you beyond your limitations
• Prepare for pro or amateur auditions and performances
** and you don't need to be able to read music to sing!
Who can take singing lessons?
How will a singing teacher help me?
Singing Lessons or Vocal Coaching - 5 Pack
- $475 for 5 sessions in 5 weeks. Train your voice with a professional performer. Sessions customised to your needs.
Singing Lessons or Vocal Coaching - Casual
- Train your voice with a professional performer. Sessions customised to your needs.
Elite Voice and Performance Coaching - 5 Weeks
- $1375 for 5 sessions in 5 weeks. Go to the next level and overcome the obstacles that limit your performances with an elite coach.
Elite Voice and Performance Coaching - Ad hoc
- Go to the next level and overcome the obstacles that limit your performances with an elite coach.
If you would like to read more research on how singing can benefit your mind and body here are some articles we recommend.
Gick, M.L. 2011, "Singing, health and well-being: A health psychologist's review", Psychomusicology, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 176-207.
Fancourt, D. and Perkins, R., 2017. Associations between singing to babies and symptoms of postnatal depression, wellbeing, self-esteem and mother-infant bond. Public Health, 145, pp.149-152.
Clift, S., Page, S., Daykin, N. and Peasgood, E., 2016. The perceived effects of singing on the health and well-being of wives and partners of members of the British Armed Forces: a cross-sectional survey. Public health, 138, pp.93-100.
Osman, S.E., Tischler, V. and Schneider, J., 2016. ‘Singing for the Brain’: A qualitative study exploring the health and well-being benefits of singing for people with dementia and their carers. Dementia, 15(6), pp.1326-1339.
Lenette, C., Weston, D., Wise, P., Sunderland, N. and Bristed, H., 2016. Where words fail, music speaks: The impact of participatory music on the mental health and wellbeing of asylum seekers. Arts & Health, 8(2), pp.125-139.
LESSONS ADDRESS THE FOLLOWING AREAS
- Singing technique
- Music theory and aural skills
- Learning new songs
- Polishing the performance of known songs
- Pitch and tone
- Articulation (enunciating clearly and pronouncing words properly)
- Exercises to strengthen your voice and develop your technique
- Posture and how you use your body in performance