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Exploring Vibrant Voice Technique in an Academic Setting

Exploring Vibrant Voice Technique in an Academic Setting

Guest Post by Stacey Cabaj, Official VVT Instructor

Stacey Cabaj is the Associate Head of M.F.A. Acting Program and the  Assistant Professor of Voice at the School of Theatre Louisiana State University

Stacey Cabaj is the Associate Head of M.F.A. Acting Program and the Assistant Professor of Voice at the
School of Theatre
Louisiana State

By |February 20th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Exploring Vibrant Voice Technique in an Academic Setting

Announcing the Official Vibrant Voice Technique Instructors!

The inaugural VVT Instructor Program is complete, and we are so pleased to share the names of our eight new Vibrant Voice Technique Official Instructors! Please read down to learn a bit about each one. Each instructor is unique and …

By |August 23rd, 2016|Announcements|Comments Off on Announcing the Official Vibrant Voice Technique Instructors!

Elissa’s role is changing at VVT

Hi All, Elissa here writing to share some news.

My position within Vibrant Voice Technique is changing: I am leaving my role as Managing Director. Though I will no longer be running the business operations of the company, I will …

By |July 22nd, 2016|Announcements|Comments Off on Elissa’s role is changing at VVT

Update on Devices

Recently we’ve heard reports from a number of clients that the original LELO Siri is no longer available online or in their area. Though the original Siri is the device we have been recommending for the past three years, there …

By |June 30th, 2016|Announcements|Comments Off on Update on Devices

Release Through Movement

Today we want to talk about a concept that is central to the tension release exercises in Vibrant Voice Technique. It is: We can achieve release through movement.

What does this mean?

As you may know, the central premise behind …

By |May 7th, 2016|Vocal Health Tips|Comments Off on Release Through Movement

Spotlight on Anatomy: The Tongue

It’s time for part two of our Spotlight on Anatomy about the tongue. A few weeks ago, we detailed the muscles that make up the tongue root in this post. Today, we’re going to be talking about the muscles

By |April 18th, 2016|Spotlight on Anatomy|Comments Off on Spotlight on Anatomy: The Tongue

Spotlight on Anatomy: The Tongue Root

Spotlight on Anatomy is back, and today we’re talking about that oh-so-tricky bulk of muscles at the bottom of your mouth… yes that’s right, your tongue!

Tongue gray's anatomy

You may not be aware of this amazing fact, but your tongue is actually

By |April 4th, 2016|Spotlight on Anatomy|Comments Off on Spotlight on Anatomy: The Tongue Root

Vibrant Voice Moving Forward: Online Training and Devices

It’s been quite some time since we (David and Elissa) shared what’s been going on behind the scenes here at Vibrant Voice. We’ve been brewing up lots of big ideas for a while now, though, so it’s time for some

By |March 22nd, 2016|Announcements|2 Comments

The Inaugural Vibrant Voice Technique Instructor Program Commences!

This past weekend, eight voice teachers from all over North America (and the UK!) gathered together in New York City for the inaugural Vibrant Voice Technique Instructor Program. It was a thrilling weekend, complete with vibration, sharing of ideas, and excitement over the …

By |February 23rd, 2016|Announcements, Blog|Comments Off on The Inaugural Vibrant Voice Technique Instructor Program Commences!

Why is my neck so darn tight?

If you’ve ever experienced vocal issues or worried about your voice (and you’re here reading a Vibrant Voice Technique blog, so chances are you have), you know what it’s like to feel tight, constricted, uncomfortable, or even nauseous when you

By |February 4th, 2016|Vocal Health Tips|2 Comments