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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. Early bird rate offered through May 15.For more information and to register please go to https://www.thevisceralvoice.com/onebodyonevoiceBe sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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
In this episode, I have a conversation with my friend and colleague Susan Eichorn Young about surviving and thriving after a major car accident in 2011 that almost took her life. We hope this episode can encourage others who are on a personal healing journey.
In this episode, I continue my conversation with my LifeLight Massage Therapy PLLC associates Heather Roberts and Lauren Sadkin. We discuss the variety of manual modalities that practitioners can learn, and the hope that there is something right for each listener. If you would like to learn more, please contact me at The Visceral Voice.Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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
In this episode, I have a conversation with my LifeLight Massage Therapy PLLC associates Heather Roberts and Lauren Sadkin. We discuss the variety of manual modalities that practitioners can learn, and the hope that there is something right for each listener. If you would like to learn more, please contact me at The Visceral Voice.Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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
In this episode, I have a conversation with Dr Wendy LeBorgne about evidence based research, practice, scope of practice, and scope of competence. Dr. Wendy LeBorgne is a sought after voice pathologist, speaker, author, and master-class clinician regarding vocal wellness and vocal athletes.  Dr. LeBorgne actively presents nationally and internationally on the professional voice with over 100 presentations on vocal wellness and vocal athletes.  She owns & operates a private practice where she evaluates, treats, and maximizes vocal athletes with high-impact voice and communication demands. Her patients and private studio clients can be heard from the bright lights of Broadway  to the C-Suite Boardroom.www.drwendyvoice.comBe sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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
In this episode, I have a conversation with Gina Morgano, host of 'The Practice Parlour' podcast. Gina takes us through old strategies vs new strategies, or old beliefs vs new beliefs, and we had a great time chatting.As a singer, voice teacher and host of The Practice Parlour podcast, Gina helps people to find their voice - inside and out - so that they can offer their highest creative contributions. She and her students have performed at such venues as New York City's Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and Feinstein’s/54 Below. She is a National Chorale Artist Teacher at the Professional Performing Arts School and currently teaches online at the 92nd Street Y School of Music, as well as through her private, virtual studio. Gina believes that the power of the human voice extends far beyond singing and your voice matters.The Practice Parlour podcast: www.GinaMorgano.com/podcast; The Practice Planner - Free Daily Planner Page available at: www.GinaMorgano.com/planner; The Self-Care for Singers Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/selfcareforsingers; Currently accepting a very limited number of new students: www.GinaMorgano.com/lessons.Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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
In this episode, I had the incredible opportunity to chat with one of my mentors Dr. Kathy Dooley about popular cues and over-cuing of a posterior pelvic tilt, and what that action actually does to the spine, pelvis and femoral centration. Dr. Kathy Dooley is a chiropractor, practicing within Catalyst SPORT, the gym she co-owns in midtown Manhattan, NY. Dr. Dooley is an anatomy instructor at two New York City medical schools, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Weill Cornell Medical College. She is an adjunct professor at New York University’s College of Dentistry. She is a visiting professor for Saint George’s University Medical School in Grenada, West Indies. She is also a lead instructor for the seminar series, NeuroKinetic Therapy™. Eager to learn more about Eastern Medicine, she was enrolled in New York’s Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in the Master’s program for acupuncture and herbology.She writes for her own website, drdooleynoted.com. She is also a reviewer for the scientific journal Clinical Anatomy. She holds the following certifications: Active Release Technique (ART), NeuroKinetic Therapy (NKT™), Motion Palpation Institute (MPI), Russian Kettlebell Challenge (RKC), StrongFirst (SFG), Certified-Kettlebell Functional Movement Specialist (CK-FMS), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Flexible Steel instruction, and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
In this episode, I have a conversation with Matt Farnsworth about how he incorporates bodywork into his session in the voice studio. Matt is an accomplished voice teacher, actor, and pianist living and working in NYC. He started teaching voice in 1995 as the consulting coach on Broadway’s Rent. Matt has taught hundreds of Broadway actors (Tony winners), film stars (Oscar winners) and recording artists (Grammy Award winners) including Sara Bareilles and Carly Rae Jepsen and American Idol finalists Constantine Maroulis and Pia Toscano. Matt performed on Broadway and regionally in The Who's Tommy, Cats, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Sunset Boulevard and Curtains. Matt believes every great teacher should continue their own studies and he continues studying with his mentor Bill Schuman and others.To learn more about Matt and his voice studio, visit Mattfarnsworthvoice.comBe sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
In this episode, I have a conversation with Kaleena Ruskin. Kaleena is a movement specialist with Gymnazo and created their core conversion courses. We discuss the pelvis, pelvic floor, pelvic floor dysfunction and training the PCNS.EducationB.S. in Animal Science, Minor in Biology from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis ObispoFAFS (Fellow of Applied Functional Science®)FMR (Functional Manual Reaction®) CertifiedMDMC (Multidimensional Movement Coach) CertifiedCAFS (Certification in Applied Functional Science®)FCR (Female Chain Reaction®) Certified3DMAPS® (3D Movement Analysis & Performance System) CertifiedNASM Certified Personal TrainerCoaching ExperienceI began my coaching career in 2006. I started working with high school aged soccer players and haven’t stopped since! I played soccer for Cal Poly’s Div 1 Women’s Soccer Team where I really developed passion for the weight room. I coached Girl’s Soccer at SLO High School for 6 years, in addition to coaching club soccer, and found that I loved helping girls realize their potential on and off the field. I made a career move that ultimately led me to Gymnazo in 2014 and the rest is history!Find out more at https://www.gymnazo.com/female-pelvic-core/Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
In today's episode, I have a conversation with Gymnazo movement coach, CJ Kobliska about how he goes about training clients with Scoliosis.EducationB.S. in Kinesiology from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis ObispoFAFS (Fellow of Applied Functional Science®)WMQ (WeckMethod Qualified)FMR (Functional Manual Reaction®) CertifiedMDMC (Multidimensional Movement Coach) CertifiedCAFS (Certification in Applied Functional Science®)FCR (Female Chain Reaction®) Certified3DMAPS® (3D Movement Analysis & Performance System) CertifiedCSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist)Coaching ExperienceI grew up playing a variety of sports including volleyball, baseball, football and wrestling. As I progressed in my high school career, I developed a strong passion for mentoring and coaching youth athletes. I coached for a local youth wrestling club and youth football program for a few years in Sacramento. When I moved to San Luis Obispo, I coached wrestling at a local high school and headed a local youth wrestling program. I also work with individual athletes to help them reach their full potential through mental and self-discipline. I believe it takes hard work and strong mental toughness to achieve any goal.Check out education with Gymnazo at www.gymnazoedu.comFind CJ on IG at movement_exploration_channelYou can check out some CJ programs at www.gymnazoedu.comBe sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
Alexandra Beller has been a professional dancer with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. She's run her arts company, Alexandra Beller/Dances since 2001, producing dozens of original dance theatre works which have been performed internationally. She has been a teacher of Dance. Theatre, Pedagogy, and Somatics for over 20 years. She currently teaches Laban and Bartenieff Fundamentals at the Laban Institute for Movement Studies, Contemporary Dance and Choreography at Princeton, and choreographs and directs theatre Off-Broadway and regionally.Upcoming Workshophttps://labaninstitute.org/lims-e-learning/embodied-meaning-2/Website:www.alexandrabellerdances.orgBe sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
In this episode, I have a conversation with Movement Specialist and coach Michael Hughes. Michael Hughes is passionate about applying multidimensional functional training and is building his Gymnazo and Gymnazo EDU brands to revolutionize how we train all ages to promote vitality and to heal movement dysfunctions that hold us back from living the lives we desire. Upright Training of the Core for Singers - with Michael Hughes and Christine SchneiderWednesday, November 10 at 7:30pm ESTRegister at www.thevisceralvoice.comCheck out education with Gymnazo at www.gymnazoedu.comFind Michael on IG at 3d_athlete Be sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
Dr. Priya Mistry graduated with honors from University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in 2007 and has been helping her patients smile with confidence since then.  During this time, she has enjoyed working with a large variety of people - different ages, cultures and various social backgrounds. Through it all, Dr. Mistry has maintained her goal in dentistry: to provide excellent dental care in a compassionate and comfortable setting.More recently, Dr. Mistry has been focusing on  taking care of patients with TMJ/TMD and head and neck pain.  After seeing how debilitating it can be for people to live in chronic pain, Dr. Mistry has been attending various continuing education courses and seminars in order to provide more comprehensive care for her patients.  Dr. Mistry has recently started a YouTube Channel to increase awareness among patients and providers as to what TMJ conditions are, how to treat them and how they relate to other parts of the body.  Dr. Mistry enjoys spending time with her husband and her two lovely children.  She also likes to cook, read, hike, and exercise.https://tmjdentaldoc.com/My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGffgqSANd7heXGN974yv_QBe sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.Edited and Mixed by Joel B. Newhttps://joelbnew.com/
Dr. Rudavsky is a physical therapist and professor at Penn State University. She treats performing artists including dancers and singers and uses a manual technique for treating the voice called "Vocal Unloading." She is the on-site physical therapist for the students at the Penn State School of Theatre and she also has an appointment in the kinesiology department. Her research is related to the relationship between the pelvic floor and the larynx in how they coordinate to modulate trunk pressures. centered-physio.comBe sure to check out our courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
CJ Greer is voice faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno implementing a new Musical Theatre degree program. CJ found her passion in vocal performance and instruction. She carries an MFA in Music Theatre Vocal Pedagogy and MM/Classical from Penn State University, and a BME from the University of Illinois/Champaign-Urbana. CJ has performed and presented around the world as singer, actor, teacher, and conductor with an undying love for storytelling through music. She is faculty for the ‘Bel Canto Can Belto’ workshops and ‘The Broadway Artist Intensive.’ Research interests span from bringing movement and intimacy training practices into the voice studio, to interdisciplinary approaches to vocal performance, to working with the medical field exploring where science and singing can heal. CJ has been featured in Classical Singer magazine, VASTA’s Voice and Speech Review, The Visceral Voice podcast, and is currently finishing her Open Source Forms (OSF) certification. Broadway/National Tour/Regional credits. AEA, MTEA, NATS, VASTA, NYSTA. cjgstudio@gmail.com |  https://www.unr.edu/music/faculty/cj-greerBe sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
Jenna Battipaglia, M.S. CCC-SLP, is a speech language pathologist, specializing in the voice. Jenna earned a Masters of Science from the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders and a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming 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.
Malia Morris is a performing artist based in the San Francisco area. She has performed professionally for the past decade across the U.S. in regional theatre productions, plays and staged concerts. She has an active voice studio where she teaches private voice, workshops and masterclasses to students from around the world. Dedicated to the study of vocal pedagogy and voice function, Malia is consistently engaged with training and mentorship with leading experts in the field of vocal pedagogy. You can find her along with 150K social media followers on @MaliaVoiceStudio via Tiktok, Instagram, and Youtube. Malia has a Masters in Dramatic Arts from Harvard University, where she graduated with honors and thesis prize for her research on Broadway director, Diane Paulus. Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In the 8th and final part of The Visceral Voice’s “Consider Your SELF” series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Rhona Vega.Highly motivated and a tremendous resource for parents and students, Rhona Vega has amassed years of experience in finding resources for students that increase their knowledge, skills, and marketability. Founder of Parent Matterz: a service that empowers parents with tools to ensure their children succeed in education! IG: @parent_matterzBe sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 7 of the The Visceral Voice’s “Consider Your SELF” series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Dr. Alisa Hurwitz.Dr. Alisa Hurwitz is a clinical psychologist at The Counseling Center of New England and on the Transgender Clinic Team at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Dr. Hurwitz applies her professional knowledge to consult with performance companies, conduct post-show talkbacks, and interview theater creatives. She has been a presenter at BroadwayCon and has collaborated on productions with the Cultural Arts Playhouse, Cue Zero Theatre and The Hidden Ones. Her recent Musicals & Mental Health series can be found on Instagram (@thedrdrama) with guests such as Eva Noblezada, Hailey Kilgore, Ali Stroker, Rebecca Naomi Jones, and Ethan Slater.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 6 of the The Visceral Voice’s “Consider Your SELF” series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Nicole Guberman, MNLP, MHt, MTT, MSC, EFT.Listen as Nicole walks Kimberly through the process of creating an Achievable Outcome using NLP techniques. Make sure to take in the entire conversation to hear a special exclusive offer from Nicole for the NYC Visceral Voice community.The founder of True Self Love for purpose-driven, accomplished women, Nicole Guberman is an Operatic Soprano, Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Master Hypnotherapist, and Master Success Coach certified by the International Board of Coaches and Practitioners. Her wide-ranging experiences as a classical musician for nearly two decades sparked her desire to broaden her mission sharing the transformative power and connection between the mind, body, and voice. Working together, she helps you rapidly release the negative emotions and limiting beliefs holding her clients back from powerfully speaking their authentic truth, loving their identity, and owning their value, so that they never settle for less than they deserve in all areas of life. The best way to get in touch with Nicole and learn more about her is here, on Facebook and Instagram at @nicole.trueselflove, or by emailing her at nicole@trueselflove.club.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
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