Beginning a Lesson

I thought I would share with you what to expect in a lesson! Each month I will focus on a different part. This month it is the beginning!...

Singing and Choices

So not that long ago I had a busy day with a lot of beautiful collaborations. I know I referenced this crazy week earlier. This day...

Observations

Observing voice lessons is a meaningful way to learn and grow as a teacher. This summer I was in a master's class called Teaching...

Rhythm of Life

Wow! I have been so honored by the community that is coming from my writings. Thank you for reading. I wanted to pause my Habit...

A Habit is Physical

Probably the most obvious habits we form are physical. The problem before the educator is to give the child control over his own nature,...

'Habit is Ten Natures'

A Charlotte Mason Inspired Voice Teacher! I have really dove into Home Education written by Charlotte Mason. She was an educator in the...

Tongue Twisters, Fun?!

One part of singing lessons (and honestly with my children as well) I adore is the tongue twisters. Here are 5 things to make them more...

My Body

As a teacher and singer I am trained to take notice of my body, sometimes I'm better at noticing than other times. At the end of 2020,...

June 27, 1985

This blog is intended to show you how I sing and live on purpose. Well this post is primarily about living! I was born on June 27, 1985...

Windmill

I love windmills and especially I love them as a whimsical way to reach a young child about their breath. Click Here to Purchase some...

The Teacher Parent

I began this journey of teaching at a very young age. I created worksheets to my very favorite story The Bremen Town Musicians. A very...

The 3 S's

Every great singing session begins with the three S's! I tell my singers regardless of age that our whole body is part of singing. If we...

Know Your Target Market

Anyone who has ever taken Marketing 101 knows that knowing my target market is one of the most effective way to be successful. As a...