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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.

Comparative Vocal Styles: Classical, Belting, Pop, R&B, Country, Rock & Jazz
Tuesday 5th March 2024
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(London Time)

Comparative Vocal Styles: Classical, Belting, Pop, R&B, Country, Rock & Jazz

Lisa Popeil

In this interactive workshop, participants will have the opportunity to experiment with some of the many elements which comprise different genres, including Classical, Musical Theatre Belting (including its five substyles), Pop, R&B (Soul), Country, Rock and Jazz.

What Every Singing Teacher Should Know About Vocal Health: Fact-finding and Myth-busting (2-part course)
Thursday 7th March 2024
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(London Time)

What Every Singing Teacher Should Know About Vocal Health: Fact-finding and Myth-busting (2-part course)

Leda Scearce

This workshop will cover a number of topics related to vocal health education, including vocal hygiene, medical factors and the voice, optimising efficiency of the speaking voice, vocal pacing, the singer's role in identification of dysphonia and making appropriate referrals to the vocal health team, and common vocal health myths and how to dispel them.

Queering Vocal Pedagogy: Affirming Trans and Genderqueer Singers
Thursday 14th March 2024
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(London Time)

Queering Vocal Pedagogy: Affirming Trans and Genderqueer Singers

Dr William Sauerland

Rooted in a multi-case research project, this session explores the experiences of transgender and genderqueer singers in private voice instruction. Through the lenses of six singers, including a teenage transgender woman...