On Breathing for the Singing Dancer

Got to document my discussion with osteopath Jennie Morton on training singers who dance and dancers who sing. Jennie is a pioneer in Performing Arts Medicine.  A former professional dancer/singer/actor, now works as an Osteopath in LA, she uses an integrative approach to managing physical and emotional challenges in her work with performers.

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Jennie is a pioneer in Performing Arts Medicine. A former professional dancer/singer/actor, now works as an Osteopath in LA, she uses an integrative approach to managing physical and emotional challenges in her work with performers. Movement on stage got you feeling winded? There ARE strategies you can take to make your breath management more strategic during performance. Were you taught to pull your stomach in when performing? What did that do to your singing? Have you thought of choreographing where to breathe? Comment below with your thoughts! ⤵️ #singeractordancer #dancers #musicaltheatre #singing #danceandsing #vocaltechnique #vocalhealth #music #voice #vocalcoach #la #osteopathy #performingartsmedicine #performingarts

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