I know many of you are wondering how you can breathe better for singing. Let me help you with that! So many of my private voice students come into my studio for their lessons with their shoulders all the way up to their ears! You know what I mean. There is so much stress in our lives these days. That stress works it’s way into every muscle of our bodies, and cause harm to our entire beings.
Before you can breathe better for singing, you have to be able to breathe better for living. It all starts with learning to manage stress, and taking some timeouts during your day to relax, and reboot. I don’t know about you, but during certain times in my life, I have found that I basically hold my breath all day long. Not actually, but it seems that I sometimes go for hours without taking a nice, deep breath. Do you ever notice yourself breathing in very small, shallow breaths?
Breathe Better for Singing
It is important to take some time to relax, focus on your body, and breathe. If you are ever going to be able to support your amazing voice in the way it deserves, you have to learn to let go of physical tensions so that your breath can move low into your belly. It is the muscles of the body that support the voice, not the tongue, throat, and jaw.
I have many helpful videos on this subject at TheProSinger.com, and I would love to help make a tremendous difference in your voice by teaching you to sing with freedom! Total and complete freedom that will allow you to express yourself through your voice. Whether you are lining or speaking, removing vocal restrictions is the way to your most authentic and believable voice. Letting go of the tension in the tongue, jaw, throat, shoulders, neck, back, and hips will help you find notes you never thought you could sing. Your pitch will improve drastically, and you ability to sing both soft and loud will become effortless. Try this exercise to remove the tension in your traps and you will be amazed at the release in your voice!
You can breathe better for singing when you learn to release the tensions that we all tend to carry in our bodies. When our shoulders are tense, it is difficult tobreathe properly, so try this awesome exercise to help you release the tension that you may have trapped in the trapezius muscles. Relax and breathe and let me help you find your own amazing voice!