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Author: Christine Schneider

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On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creative, and compassionate advice to restore, regain, and create happiness and success in each vocal journey.

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In today's episode I have a conversation with Clinton Sherwood. Clinton is a multi-disciplinary performer and educator living in New York City with his husband and miniature poodle.Clinton’s decade-long career in musical theatre spans from performing on broadway and national tours to becoming an accomplished music director and choreographer, creating award-winning dance-theatre pieces and supporting the development of new works in New York City.Clinton studied musical theatre and dance at Mil...
In this episode, join us for an insightful conversation with Alien Partljič, a certified Modern Vocal Training coach and regional mentor for the Balkan area. Alien brings a unique perspective to the table as he delves into the intriguing topic of hypermobility and its profound effects on the voice.Drawing from his extensive experience and training, including completion of a vocal massage therapy course with Stephen King and Robert Price, Alien sheds light on how hypermobility intersects with ...
I am beyond excited to bring you a captivating conversation with the incredible Susan, a renowned voice teacher and consultant based in the heart of NYC, extending her expertise worldwide through online platforms.In this episode, Susan shares her wealth of knowledge and experience gained from working with opera singers, musical theatre performers, cabaret artists, and recording talents across the globe. Join us as we delve into the intricacies of voicing and navigating the challenges that com...
In this episode, I have a conversation with my colleague Erika Young. Erika is a movement specialist and postpartum personal trainer with expertise in the pelvic floor, breath mechanics and posture. Erika’s work has helped many performers resolve muscle tension dysphonia, avoid vocal surgery, improve breath support and optimize the body to improve vocal power and stamina. Erika lives and works in Tennessee, where she cares for many of Nashville’s biggest voices. Her client list in...
Dive into a profound exploration of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome on The Visceral Voice Podcast with your host Christine Schneider. In this episode, Christine sits down with Eloise Strager, a Licensed Massage Therapist and CranioSacral Therapist in western CT specializing in working with people with hypermobility conditions such as the Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes. She is diplomate certified with the Upledger Institute, and also a certified study group leader, teaching assistant, and techniques exa...
In this episode, I have a conversation with Ron Hruska, founder of The Postural Restoration Institute. We discuss the human body as a pressure system, the bodies innate asymmetries, common compensatory patterns, and how it relates to the hypopharynx, larynx, mandible and cranium. Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to become a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Ple...
In this episode, I have a conversation with Philip Andrew Doucette. We discuss voice rehabilitation and the different roles of a SLP, SVS and a Vocologist. We then talk about the evolution of the 'Children's Chorus' and the framework around it.Phil Doucette ("doo-SET") is member of the Voice Care Team at Philadelphia Ear Nose and Throat Associates. He is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and Singing Voice Specialist. His interest in voice has taken him down many paths a...
In this mini episode I have a conversation with my dear friend, colleague and co-founder/co-creator of Performance Movement Restoration (PMR), Chris Kelly.Performance Movement Restoration (PMR) is a comprehensive movement practice and certification program meticulously crafted for private studio practitioners and professional voice users alike. With a structured progression comprising four distinct levels, PMR offers a series of enlightening seminars with supportive weekly virtual sessions th...
In this episode, I have a conversation with my dear friend, Matt Cahill about his work as an artist, actor, teacher, alexander practitioner, and producer and how he integrates movement and nature into his work as a teacher and with his company Hogfish.Matt Cahill performs internationally in musical theater, opera, film, and television and is dedicated to teaching the next generation of singer-actors in all genres.Matt has taught, administrated, directed productions, and developed curriculum f...
In this episode I have a conversation with my amazing colleague Melissa Wegner about adjudicating elite vocal competitions. We discuss what is involved in adjudicating, various judging categories, what the judges are looking for, the difference between competitions for the artist vs for the teacher, her experience as the Executive Director of the Metropolitan Opera's Lindemann Young Artist Development Program and the Laffont Competition, and more.Melissa Wegner is the Executive Director of th...
In this episode, I have a conversation with physiotherapist Tierney Gunthorpe. We discuss sleep disorders, sleep apnea, sleep bruxism, how to prepare for a good nights sleep, and more.Tierney Gunthorpe has been a physiotherapist for over 17 years and during this time she always worked in private practice. She obtained her Bachelor of Science In Physical Therapy from Queen's University in 2005 and then her Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy in 2012 from Curtin University, in Perth Australia.Sin...
In this episode I have a conversation with Dr. David Hanscom, author of Back in Control, and Do You Really Need Spine Surgery? - Take Control with a Surgeon's Advice about chronic pain and the physiological state of anxiety and stress.David Hanscom’s orthopedic spine surgery practice focused on patients with failed back surgeries. He quit his practice in Seattle, WA to present his insights into solving chronic pain, which evolved from his own battle with it. His book, Back in Control is assoc...
In this episode, I have a conversation with fitness director/producer Mason Bendewald. Mason is the host and founder of MEGAMACE Fitness and has produced and directed hundreds of top titles, and brands like P90X and DailyBurn.comVisit www.megamace.comBe sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to become a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here for our Patreon...
In this episode, I have a conversation with Nic Redman from The Voice Coach Podcast about her experience with coaching voice over actors. Check it out and listen for some of her helpful tips.Nic is a voiceover artist, vocal coach and podcaster based in the UK. She provides voice, speech and recording coaching to podcasters, actors, comedians, public speakers, business professionals via 1-2-1 sessions, group workshops and residential retreats. She is the founder of Voice & Accent Hub group...
In this episode, I have a conversation with Randy Detrick, owner and founder of Blueridge Estate Vineyard and Winery. I met Randy a few years ago, and have always been blown away by his energy and positivity. This conversation is no exception. Randy discusses his work in the medical industry, his experience as a World Cup ski racer, and owning an operating Blueridge Estate Vineyard and Winery from a place of joy and purpose. Spoil alert, the purpose is not wine.Be sure to check ou...
In this episode, I have a conversation with my colleague and good friend, Joey Harrell. Joey talks with us about programing as a power lifter and a professional voice user, and the ability to do both.Are you interested in learning more? Joey and I have a 7 Day Reset releasing this December. Check out www.thevisceralvoice.com to view and purchase. The program includes vocalizations, self-release, breathing, some of our favorite food and beverage recipes, and 7 days of movement training.B...
In this episode, I have another great conversation with Dr Abby about Alternating diaphragms. Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to become a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here for our Patreon membership or here for a one-time PayPal contribution.Support the Show.
In this episode, Dr Abby and I discuss the 7 pillars of Performance and one we both like to add, the 8th pillar of Coordination. We also discuss the 'Queen of the chair,' the Central Nervous System.These 7 Pillars are Strength, Power, Speed, Agility, Stability, Mobility, Flexibility, (and we like to add Coordination).Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to become a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast ...
Welcome back to season 8! This Fall I have a series of conversation with Dr Abby Halpin about movement. In this episode we discuss In network vs out of network physical therapy, and things you may not know pertaining to your insurance plan. Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to become a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here for our Patreon membershi...
In this episode, I have a conversation with my wonderful colleague, Gwen Walker. We discuss her work as an Alexander teacher, how to create a non-binary voice studio, and her work as a theatrical Intimacy Educator. Gwen and I are part of the faculty at OneBody/OneVoice, an annual voice conference with The Visceral Voice and the Penn State Musical Theater Pedagogy Program. This years conference will be held at Penn State August 5-7, 2022. There will both in person and virtual options. Ea...
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