Linklater Voice Class
If you want to develop a set of freeing, healthy and natural voice exercises that are applicable in any situation to help YOU gain confidence in expressing yourself – and to help you discover an effortlessly powerful and healthy voice, this course is for you!
The aims of the Linklater voice classes can be divided into three main steps: “Relax, Release, Strengthen.” First relax, breathe and spark your imagination; then release your impulses through your voice and body; finally, it is strengthening your voice and exploring other vocal options.
1-2-1 is RMB 600 / US $91 / £66 per hour.
Group classes: RMB 180 / US $27 / £20 per person per hour.
Register to sample three hours free taster session.
Discount details (please choose one):
1. Pre-order ten or more sessions (1 hour per session) and get 20% off
2. Online classes: 20% off
Learn how to relax and free your vibrations
Physical Awareness: Stretching, yawning, slapping skin, massaging muscles, spine awareness
Breath Awareness: Sigh of relief, humming, floor work
Freeing Vibrations: Lips, head, neck, body
Freeing the Channel: Free jaw muscles, soft palate and tongue to allow you to safely embody increasingly bigger impulses
Voice Perspective: How to tackle improvisations and scripts (Part 1)
Within Imaginary Circumstances: Opening your heart, voice and body
Learn how to strengthen and expand your vocal options; explore different characters’ vocal choices.
Review of the First Module’s Material
Resonating Ladder: Chest, mouth and teeth
Calling and Swings: Safely and effectively call
Breathing Gym: Vacuuming your lungs, partnered rib exercises
Sinus Resonator: “Whey! Hey!”
Nasal Resonator: “Mi-meh-mai!”
Exploring Your Vocal Range: From the lowest to medium parts of your vocal range
Skull Resonator: Imagining your voice is a rocket
Swings and Articulation: Clear and freely speaking
Students Record Voice Warmups: 1. Fast 5-minute version all in standing. 2. Deeper 10-minute version that includes floor work
Learn to Adapt Your Voice According to the Demands of Your Environment: Differing demands of stage, film, television, interviews and lectures
Voice Perspective: How to tackle improvisations and scripts (Part 2)