full voice coach training program
A nine month program begins in the spring of 2020.
Registration is now open.
People are yearning to find their voices.
As a Full Voice Coach, you will engage clients in unleashing
the transformational power of their voices in their everyday lives and work.
What you receive:
Discover and develop your own voice within the Five Elements Framework, a tool for unleashing the full power and flexibility
in the voice.
Develop a deep understanding of the Five Elements Framework -- its origins in voice practice, the oral tradition, Jungian psychology, mindfulness, and yoga.
Identify common vocal challenges and learn how to address them.
Acquire skills and techniques for guiding individuals and groups through a Full Voice learning experience. Discover how your unique gifts can be integrated into the coaching process.
Receive individual guidance and support as you practice coaching and training individuals and groups.
Be part of an intimate learning community of practitioners.
Schedule: Three in-residence retreats near the Twin Cities
Individual coaching sessions with Barbara between retreats
Peer learning trios between retreats
Space is limited to 9 participants.
What you bring:
Experience in working with Barbara on your own vocal development
(this can be scheduled prior to the beginning of the course)
Basic coaching skills and/or the capacity to bring deep attention to others
Ability to hear pitch accurately - some singing experience preferred
What are Full Voice Coach Training graduates doing in the world?
A coach with several other coaching certifications is incorporating Full Voice to enrich his work with individual clients.
Several community song leaders are offering Full Voice to groups and individuals as they foster oral tradition singing in their regions.
A middle school music teacher in North Carolina is using Full Voice with her students.
A church musician with a music degree is now including Full Voice in her other offerings: spiritual direction, Dances of Universal Peace, and using singing as a form of activism.
A song leader and voice coach is using Full Voice in concert with Yoga of the Voice certification and community song circles. She is also an end-of-life doula who uses voice and harp with her clients and their families.
A therapist is incorporating Full Voice into her work with individual clients. She is also founder of a comfort choir that brings song and presence to people at the end of life.
A graphic designer, singer and father of four is teaching his children the Five Elements as part of their family singing culture. He is also leading weekend workshops that blend Full Voice with improvisational singing.