In podcast #137 Meredith Colby shares her passion for teaching healthy singing to microphone singers. Takenya Battle helps shares productivity hacks for busy voice teachers and Dr. Heather Nelson discusses the vagus nerve.
In podcast #137
Training Microphone Singers with Meredith Colby (4:52)
Meredith Colby helps voice teachers create confident teaching and singing of CCM/Pop & Rock. A private, independent voice teacher with over 30 yearsâ€™ experience, Meredith is also a public speaker and professional trainer. Informed by her background as a busy freelance singer and her love of neuroscience, Meredith created Neuro-Vocal Method, a way to train voices for healthy “microphone singing” based on brain science. She’s the author of Money Notes: How to Sing High, Loud, Healthy, & Forever and continues to serve the voice teaching community through blogs, articles, broadcasts, and classes.
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How to Digitally Duplicate Yourself (Productivity Hacks) with Takenya Battle (44:29)
Yes, it is possible to be in more than one place. Takenya shares helpful technology hacks that allow you to serve your students without burning yourself out!
The founder of Kenyaâ€™s Keys Voice & Piano Studio, Kenya specializes in the key of easy. She teaches music educators how to keep time with todayâ€™s technologies while still leveraging their traditional musical knowledge. Get her Top 3 Ways To Incorporate Smart Digital Tools In Your Music Programs (even if you’re not tech-savvy).
Find and follow Takenya here: https://keyofeasy.com/
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The Vagus Nerve (Part One) with Dr. Heather Nelson (54:03)
About Dr. Heather Nelson
I love all the things about vocal science and pedagogy, and my favorite thing is taking all that nerdy goodness and breaking into digestible chunks that are not only fun and fascinating but actually make a difference in how voice teachers teach.
Find and follow Heather HERE:
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