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#33 'An Embodied Voice'

Updated: Oct 4, 2021

Theme: Embodied Voice

Songs: This body is my temple (original)

Aired: January 25th, 2021

Music is Medicine Week #33

Every Monday at 7pm MDT

(Song begins at 2:37)

Hello Sweet Crew!

Today’s session is a little bit shorter focusing on what it is to have an embodied voice & share with you a song I wrote over the weekend called ‘This Body is My Temple”

After a sweet practice led by Alice Hong, this song came through with such a felt sense of everything. I don’t always hit that place of wholeness in voice but when I do, whether it’s in a song or a great discussion it is so powerful. And, I also very music recognize that often my voice or the voice of clients is limited when there’s a fear or a triggered nervous system. So, I want to talk a little today about not only what an embodied voice is but also how it supports up, & what challenges we might face in accessing it.

To support this theme I’d love to share a really effective practice for creating more felt connection in your voice. It’s quite simple & can be usually be easily translated into discussion & various forms of expression.

Finally, next week I will be (soft) launching ‘Embodied Voice’ which is a 1:1 coaching program designed to help women connect to their voice in a spiritual & embodied way. If you would like to be the first to get more info on this please DM me or leave a message in the comments.

As always a pleasure to connect with you all. Please feel free to connect, share comments, or just say hi.

Much love Xo Amy

About the Author, Amy Thiessen is a coach, writer, & musician who focuses on helping others find & express their voice with resonance. Her unique approach works with the wholistic mechanism of voice utilizing somatic awareness, psychology, mindfulness, spiritual practice, & vocal techniques of toning & song.

Want help to overcome & understand your perfectionist tendencies? Book a free consultation to see if In Resonance Coaching is right for you.

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