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Building A Healthy High Performance From The Inside

Thursday 30th June 2022, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (London Time)

Some signs your resilience might be low:

  • Lack of energy and motivation
  • No sense of purpose
  • Tired of feeling unwell and stressed
  • Turning to food, alcohol, drugs to cope
  • Forgetfulness, poor decision making, lack of focus or concentration
  • Unable to handle change, challenges and obstacles
  • Lack of connection to your work and the people you work with
  • Lack of creative ideas and inspiration
  • Feeling guilty when you want to take some ‘me time’

No matter who you are there is always room to optimise your mental, emotional and physical resilience and wellbeing.

Getting these areas boosted and balanced will result in healthy high performance, endless creativity and an increase in productivity.

This session will help you assess your own resilience and give you some practical strategies and tools to help you build up your resilience so you can move forward, and upward.

Line Hilton

As a vocal, performance and resilience coach Line’s mission is to raise industry standards for vocal, mental and physical health and wellbeing in singers...

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We have plenty of upcoming short courses coming soon. See details of some of them below or look at the full list of short courses.

“The Chandler Curriculum for Training Pop Singers” – a deeper dive
Thursday 25th July 2024
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(London Time)

“The Chandler Curriculum for Training Pop Singers” – a deeper dive

Kim Chandler

Adhering to the curriculum, key areas explored in this session will include posture, breathing & support, tone & registration, diction, rhythm, vibrato, pitch, harmony, range, agility, musicianship, interpretation, performance, amplification & technology and vocal health as they apply specifically to the CCM singer.

That’s What He Said: Gender Inequity in Sound Perception Research
Tuesday 30th July 2024
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(London Time)

That’s What He Said: Gender Inequity in Sound Perception Research

Kristen Murdaugh

This course will detail the historical roots of gender inequity and bias in sound perception research, contrast that against present day research methods, and explore cutting-edge research that highlights the many roles that gender may play in sound perception, as well as in singing, and why those roles may impact research outcomes.

Habilitation for the Aging Avocational Singer
Tuesday 6th August 2024
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(London Time)

Habilitation for the Aging Avocational Singer

Dann Mitton

Join us to enhance your skills as a voice teacher and make a meaningful impact on the lives of aging singers. Equip yourself with the expertise to support their vocal journey and ensure they continue to enjoy singing with confidence and joy.