Accessing Your Full Voice for the Greater Good
Fri 10 AM | Convo Hall 5
Sat 4 PM | Convo Hall 5
What untapped gifts do our voices have in store for us? What might happen in our lives and in the world around us if we fully express our true selves? How often are we given permission to play hard, breathe deep, cut loose, or feel free? In this engaging, creative, and interactive workshop, we will explore our vocal landscapes to experience how voice connects us to deeper levels of ourselves and to the healing world of sound. During the session, we will:
- Open up the full range, power, and expression of our voices
- Learn how to use voice to sharpen our intentions, strengthen relationships, and live more alive
- Reclaim lost aspects of ourselves
- Risk being seen and heard in new ways
- Bring our truest voices to the intersecting circles in which we live and serve
*NOTE-Participants do NOT need to know how to sing. There will be singing involved, but we won’t read a lick of music and no one will have to sing a solo. In fact, no one will have to do anything they don’t want to do.
Travis McAfee is a Full Voice coach, singer and vocal improviser. As a fourth generation musician and voice teacher, his passion is to facilitate the exploration and expansion of the human voice. Using the Full Voice Five Elements Framework he supports people in learning how to access the full power and expression of their voice in service to their own work and relationships.
After 12 years on the road with East-West fusion band Aradhna, he now cherishes the constancy of life in Atlanta parenting a small entourage with his wife, Liz.
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