SpiritVoice is for those interested in developing their natural voice, cultivating personal power, singing their soul song and expressing their inner music. This is done through vocal improvisation. Vocal improvisation is creating in the present moment. Improvisation is a Mindfullness approach which develops creativity, spontaneity, connectivity and self-expression. Lynn creates a safe environment through simple improvisational structures. Chakra sounds, toning and chants are also utilized to connect with self, others and the Divine.
Through the SpiritVoice method you will not only improve your singing voice, your whole self will benefit. The voice is the instrument of the body, expressing who we are and what we feel. Free your voice, free yourself!
Emotionally, singing is a vehicle to express emotions, socially it gives us a sense of belonging and spiritually connects us to our soul and something larger than our self.
Physically, singing reduces stress by: increasing dopamine (feel good), oxytocin (bonding), endorphins (positive feelings) and lowers cortisol (stress reducer). Singing also stimulates the Vegas nerve which relaxes the nervous system. It is a communicator to the heart, gut, brain. Vegus nerve stimulation lowers blood pressure, improves sleep and stimulates the immune system. So why not sing? Sing for your health and well-being! It’s fun!
EEG Pilot Study on the Effects of Toning
This is my brain while toning Ahh. The toning normalized alpha at most all sites by decreasing the absolute power in that band. Coherence was increased among frontal sites at all frequencies except theta. Relative power was most normal in this condition over Tibetan bells and the 50-string Soundbed.. While toning, I saw “light around the top of the head” while my eyes were closed. There was increased coherence, with this being greatest for the 50-string sound bed and the toning. The Alpha brain wave can promote creativity, relaxation and a dream state while being aware of surroundings. Lynn Miller and her husband Dr. Eric Miller will have further results in their research on Music and Neuromodualtion published in July 2017. Miller, E. B., Miller, L., Turner, R., & Evans, J.R. (2017). The Use of Music for Neuromodulation. In Evans, J. R., & Turner, R. (Eds.), Rhythmic Stimulation Procedures in Neuromodulation. Amsterdam: Academic Press
Free inhibitions and broaden your range of expression with supportive one on one sessions with Lynn Miller. Learn fun exercises to break inhibitions, develop tonal quality, proper breathing and placement of the voice. Whether you are an experienced singer or someone who has a desire to sing with more confidence, Lynn can help you develop your voice and allow your true voice to emerge.
- strengthen your inner instrument
- expand your tonal quality and range
- develop breath control
- develop your ear
- develop comfort with your voice
Our voice is an imprint of our inner self. Free your voice and free yourself. You can empower yourself with your voice.
Lynn is available for long distance skype sessions if you can not travel.
Weekend retreats are offered which include housing, additional healing modalities and 1:1 sessions with Lynn.
Call for information 610-999-5945