Learn how to access your authentic voice for personal development, a sense of wellbeing and stress release. Sound Your Sound! For January 2020 only, enjoy 10% off the course price. Discount applied at checkout.
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An Introduction to Authentic Voice for Wellbeing will guide you through ebook articles and videos with the intention of stripping away preconceptions and judgements about the vocal sound you make and assisting you in seeing your voice for the incredible healing tool that it is!This course focuses on your wellbeing! This comprehensive course contains one to one video lessons with Alexandra supported by her ebook. It will introduce you to the science behind why vocalising is such a powerful healing tool. You will learn Voice and Body Warm Ups, Breathing Techniques for enhanced voice use and wellbeing, Body Awareness, Vocal Toning, Vocal Play™, Positive Affirmation, and Voice Meditation. The last section of the course provides six practice videos for daily use to help you implement this work into your schedule once the course has finished.
This introductory course is for anyone interested in accessing their own healing potential, those that hold fear around vocalising, those wishing to find simple tools for stress relief and anyone interested in Sound Healing. It serves as an excellent introduction to the accredited Sound Healing with the Voice Practitioner Training taught by Alexandra through the College of Sound Healing and counts as one of the two additional workshops required for completion of the training as well as CPD.
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IMPORTANT: Before making payment to download this course, please scroll down to the FAQs at the bottom of this page. This is an online course, so you will need good connection to broadband internet, a working computer or device and a recent version of your favourite browser, both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are recommended for optimum study.
Chertsey, Surrey. UK
Alexandra is a Vocal Coach, Sound Therapist and Tutor for the College of Sound Healing. As a former Opera Singer she has worked with Voice for well over twenty years. She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she was awarded a Bachelor's Degree in Music and a Masters Degree in Music Performance.
Alexandra was brought up surrounded by music, as well as healing and complementary therapies. She trained as a hands on healer at a very early age and later as a Reiki Master Teacher. It was only when she realised that she was no longer happy and fulfilled by a career in Opera and Vocal Performance that she combined her skills in healing and music and trained to be a Sound Healer.
Alexandra became a tutor for the College of Sound Healing in 2014 and now combines her practice as a Vocal Coach and Sound Therapist running accredited Practitioner Training courses in Sound Healing with the Voice. Alongside voice coaching in various educational and corporate establishments, Alexandra runs regular workshops in a range of Voice related subjects for both beginners and professional voice users.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is Internet Access Required?
Internet access is required since all of the course contents are online. We also recommend using a broadband internet connection, especially when you have to go through video content.
2. Recommended Technology
Just a broadband Internet connection. We support the latest versions of all well-known browsers. For optimal studying experience we recommend using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.
3. Can I take the courses on my iPad or tablet?
Yes. This online school is fully responsive in all kinds of electronic devices.
4. Can I take the courses on my iPhone or smartphone?
Yes. This online school is fully responsive in all kinds of mobile devices. For optimal experience you can use the mobile version of Google Chrome, if your device supports it.
5. What forms of payment do you accept?
All major credit cards are accepted.
6. How long does it take to complete a course?
Each course is different and you can complete it in your own time.
7. Does access to my paid courses expire?
No, you can re-access the course once you have finished it. There is no set expiration date. The course will run for as long as the course provider uses this platform.
8. How do I know that you have received my order?
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10. How do I access a course that I have completed?
You can access your courses anytime simply by logging in to the platform and visiting the course page. Either save this page, or re-visit Alexandra's Online Courses page where you can click on the "more info" button under the relevant course.
11. Where is the invoice for the course I just bought?
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