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Spring Cleanse (for your Voice)!

Hello Dear Ones, Blessed Spring!  I’ve been thinking about what the change of seasons means for our bodies. It’s often important to shift from the heavy eating we do in the winter months, to keep warm + nourished, and start to eat lighter foods, as there are more hours of light and we get nourishment from…

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You have to let it be messy before it can be masterful.

You have to let it be messy before it can be masterful. Meaning: Let’s use voice as a medium. Though this is true with all mediums of life- If your voice is tight/held/blocked, and you’re trying to apply correct technique, style and emotion, it’s just gonna make it harder, hurt more, and feel so fabricated…

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Self-Acceptance Into Self-Love 
(D’var Torah)

I haven’t blogged in AGES. And, I recently lead services as Hazzan (Cantor) at a lovely California synagogue. The theme of the sermons was based upon the Serenity prayer- Accepting the things we cannot change… I gave a short D’var Torah (sermon)- About Self-Love- Self-Acceptance, and the journey to both…! Here it is:  —————— You…

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How to Relax During Vocal Warm-Ups

Because vocal warm-ups take practice and self-discipline, we often put pressure on ourselves to “get it right,” when the purpose of warming up is the exact opposite; a space and time for our voices to stretch, be imperfect, and for us to try things!  When warming up, don’t try to be perfect.  Let your voice…

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Confessions of a Songstress

Press “play” to hear Ariella narrate this blog: Let me be frank with you. I’m a professional songstress and a vocal empowerment coach, and I do not warm up my voice every day. However, my voice is in great shape, my range is wide, and I can do well with little preparation the day of a…

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