I’ve always been a pretty active person. Mostly dance, from being part of a Slavic Dance Ensemble as a teenager to being a principal dancer in a few regional musicals in my twenties. Even into my 30s and 40s I was still taking ballet, tap and jazz dance classes, up to four a week. By most accounts I would have been considered fit. Then I decided to add to my repertoire with a hip hop class. I must have been about 38 years old then. Why start hip hop at that stage in my life? First of all, I’m a big believer in that it’s never too late to try something new. My daughter was taking hip hop, it looked like a lot of fun, they were starting up adult hip hop classes at her studio and the instructor was someone I had wanted to work with for a long time. I was very excited for it! Then came the first class. I swear I felt like I was going to have a heart attack then and there. None of the classes I had ever taken had made me work this hard! At that moment I decided that if I was going to succeed in this class I needed to make a plan that would include some serious cardiorespiratory training.
Hi, I'm so glad you found my wellness coaching site. I am a singer, voice teacher of over 20 years, certified personal trainer and nutrition coach.
A singer is a vocal athlete. Just like an athlete, a singer requires strength, agility and stamina. I teach singers to take care of their instrument, their body, through a holistic approach encompassing fitness, whole food nutrition, mindfulness and natural solutions.
In joining me you will learn:
Take a transformative journey to become an empowered singer that performs with outrageous confidence. Go from feeling exhausted, worried about your vocal folds, deprived, overwhelmed and stuck, to feeling comfortable in your own skin, completely energized, with renewed mental clarity and reinvigorated in a matter of weeks.
Don't let your hectic schedule keep you from eating healthy! Get your FREE Busy Singer's Guide to Eating Healthy on the Go.