Singing Lessons Glasgow

by Happy Voices

What would you like to achieve?

Impress Your Friends & Family With Your Singing Voice

Improve Your Confidence And Speak With Authority

Advance Your Career In Performing Arts

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We’ll Teach You

The best techniques to  keep you singing or speaking for hours without vocal fatigue

Breath Control

You would think that after being a living, breathing human being, most people would know how to breathe properly when speaking or singing, but you’d be wrong! Learning to breathe properly is the foundation level when it comes to speaking or singing, after all, that is what creates the sound. During your singing lessons, we will work together on breathing exercises that get your breathing in a way that is good for your vocal chords. On top of that, you’ll also come to understand the anatomy of your voice so you know exactly what is going on inside.

The Singing Mind-Set

The connection between the body and mind is understated. Few people realise that a lack of mental clarity will result in a much poorer performance whether that comes in the form of speaking, singing, dancing, acting, your work – pretty much anything! I can’t stress enough how important it is to be in the right frame of mind when you work on something. Luckily though, singing is a skill that can easily be made fun. There are a whole bunch of exercises that we can work on to relieve stress and quickly get you into the right mental space to start belting out your favourite songs in a happy and confident way.

Posture for Singing

If you ever look around in a coffee shop and look at the way people sit, you’ll notice how often people slouch. It’s nobody’s fault, we’ve been conditioned to sit and stand that way with all the comfy sofas and chairs around. What many people don’t realise, however, is that a poor posture can affect the rest of your body too – especially your voice! Why is that? The nerves in your spine are interconnected with all areas of your body and so, if they are put in a position where they become blocked, you’ll get cramp. Also, with poor posture, you aren’t allowing yourself full space in your diaphragm to take the biggest breath possible. It’s a squeeze. It is tight. It is uncomfortable and unsupported! Our singing lessons will teach you exactly how you should be standing and sitting and if you apply these techniques to your everyday life, I’m confident that you will notice massive changes too.

Vocal Health

Caring for your voice isn’t just about not screaming at the top of your voice to your favourite band at every concert. It’s about dedicating time every day to nurture it. The vocal chords are muscles and just like if you don’t go to the gym, your muscles won’t grow – we need to work together to build vocal gym for you. It can get a lot deeper than that though! Caring for your voice can be extended right into your lifestyle – what you eat, how you exercise, if you smoke, your hydration levels and much more – all of which we can discuss.

The best techniques to  keep you singing or speaking for hours without vocal fatigue

Breath Control

You would think that after being a living, breathing human being, most people would know how to breathe properly when speaking or singing, but you’d be wrong! Learning to breathe properly is the foundation level when it comes to speaking or singing, after all, that is what creates the sound. During your singing lessons, we will work together on breathing exercises that get your breathing in a way that is good for your vocal chords. On top of that, you’ll also come to understand the anatomy of your voice so you know exactly what is going on inside.

The Singing Mind-Set

The connection between the body and mind is understated. Few people realise that a lack of mental clarity will result in a much poorer performance whether that comes in the form of speaking, singing, dancing, acting, your work – pretty much anything! I can’t stress enough how important it is to be in the right frame of mind when you work on something. Luckily though, singing is a skill that can easily be made fun. There are a whole bunch of exercises that we can work on to relieve stress and quickly get you into the right mental space to start belting out your favourite songs in a happy and confident way.

Posture for Singing

If you ever look around in a coffee shop and look at the way people sit, you’ll notice how often people slouch. It’s nobody’s fault, we’ve been conditioned to sit and stand that way with all the comfy sofas and chairs around. What many people don’t realise, however, is that a poor posture can affect the rest of your body too – especially your voice! Why is that? The nerves in your spine are interconnected with all areas of your body and so, if they are put in a position where they become blocked, you’ll get cramp. Also, with poor posture, you aren’t allowing yourself full space in your diaphragm to take the biggest breath possible. It’s a squeeze. It is tight. It is uncomfortable and unsupported! Our singing lessons will teach you exactly how you should be standing and sitting and if you apply these techniques to your everyday life, I’m confident that you will notice massive changes too.

Vocal Health

Caring for your voice isn’t just about not screaming at the top of your voice to your favourite band at every concert. It’s about dedicating time every day to nurture it. The vocal chords are muscles and just like if you don’t go to the gym, your muscles won’t grow – we need to work together to build vocal gym for you. It can get a lot deeper than that though! Caring for your voice can be extended right into your lifestyle – what you eat, how you exercise, if you smoke, your hydration levels and much more – all of which we can discuss.

The best techniques to  keep you singing or speaking for hours without vocal fatigue

Breath Control

You would think that after being a living, breathing human being, most people would know how to breathe properly when speaking or singing, but you’d be wrong! Learning to breathe properly is the foundation level when it comes to speaking or singing, after all, that is what creates the sound. During your singing lessons, we will work together on breathing exercises that get your breathing in a way that is good for your vocal chords. On top of that, you’ll also come to understand the anatomy of your voice so you know exactly what is going on inside.

The Singing Mind-Set

The connection between the body and mind is understated. Few people realise that a lack of mental clarity will result in a much poorer performance whether that comes in the form of speaking, singing, dancing, acting, your work – pretty much anything! I can’t stress enough how important it is to be in the right frame of mind when you work on something. Luckily though, singing is a skill that can easily be made fun. There are a whole bunch of exercises that we can work on to relieve stress and quickly get you into the right mental space to start belting out your favourite songs in a happy and confident way.

Posture for Singing

If you ever look around in a coffee shop and look at the way people sit, you’ll notice how often people slouch. It’s nobody’s fault, we’ve been conditioned to sit and stand that way with all the comfy sofas and chairs around. What many people don’t realise, however, is that a poor posture can affect the rest of your body too – especially your voice! Why is that? The nerves in your spine are interconnected with all areas of your body and so, if they are put in a position where they become blocked, you’ll get cramp. Also, with poor posture, you aren’t allowing yourself full space in your diaphragm to take the biggest breath possible. It’s a squeeze. It is tight. It is uncomfortable and unsupported! Our singing lessons will teach you exactly how you should be standing and sitting and if you apply these techniques to your everyday life, I’m confident that you will notice massive changes too.

Vocal Health

Caring for your voice isn’t just about not screaming at the top of your voice to your favourite band at every concert. It’s about dedicating time every day to nurture it. The vocal chords are muscles and just like if you don’t go to the gym, your muscles won’t grow – we need to work together to build vocal gym for you. It can get a lot deeper than that though! Caring for your voice can be extended right into your lifestyle – what you eat, how you exercise, if you smoke, your hydration levels and much more – all of which we can discuss.

And Much MUCH More…

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