Take Your Voice to the Dog Park:
Liberating & Celebrating Your Full Voice
April 8-9, 2017
The Barn, near Sebastopol, CA
Saturday, April 8 – 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday, April 9 – 9 am to 2 pm
What untapped gifts does your voice have in store for you?
What might happen in your life if you fully expressed yourself?
When was the last time you played hard, breathed deep, cut loose, felt free?
In this joyful, illuminating workshop, you will:
• Open up the full range, power, and expression of your voice.
• Learn how to use your voice to project authority, express joy, convey empathy, and inspire possibility.
• Reclaim lost aspects of yourself.
• Risk being seen and heard in new ways.
• Experience literal and metaphorical harmony.
• Join with a lively community of vocal explorers.
You do NOT need to know how to sing to participate in this workshop. There will be singing involved, but we won’t read a lick of music and no one will have to sing a solo. (In fact, no one will have to do anything they don’t want to do.)
Cost: Three ticket levels available
$99 supported by the community
$199 regular price
$299 supporting others
Click here to register and purchase tickets.
About Barbara McAfee
Full Voice coach for over 25 years, supporting people from all walks of life to “find their voice,” whatever that means to them
Author of Full Voice: The Art & Practice of Vocal Presence (Berrett-Koehler Publishers)
Organization development consultant for 12 years
Working singer/songwriter with seven CD's of mostly original music
Community song leader
Workshop leader and keynote speaker at conferences
Native Minnesotan, currently living across the street from the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA