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Qigong

Since I discovered Qigong many years ago it has been an integral part of my life. I do Qigong early in the morning and it sets my mood for the…

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Class Outline

Class 1. The World of Performance: Introduction to Concepts Part 1. The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of Defeat What is your experience with nerves?  Part 2. The Inner…

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Workshop Outline

Morning Session Introduction: Overview of concepts The inner game of performance: Self 1 & Self 2 Performance= potential minus interference Part 1: Breaking the Anxiety Circle – Releasing Tension Tension…

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The Essential Breath

Anatomy of the Breath for Singers The workshop offers a close look at the anatomy of the breath – primary and secondary muscles- and explores different ways of enhancing our…

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Liberating the Voice

The pressure to perform may lead to physical and psychological tension. Singers may lose the freedom of the sound as well as the sheer joy of singing. This workshop addresses…

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The (im)possibility of performance with(out) fear, Part 3

Breathing and Beyond Wholenote Article. April/May 1998, by Elisabeth Pomès In the previous two articles weʼve looked at identifying the enemy and then using physical coping techniques. This month we…

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The (im)possibility of performance with(out) fear, Part 2

The Pendulum, Fish and Eagle Arms Wholenote Article. March/April 1998, by Elisabeth Pomès Last monthʼs article focused on “knowing the enemy”: witnessing oneʼs nervousness and its manifestation before coping with…

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The (im)possibility of performance with(out) fear

Wholenote Article. February/March 1998, by Elisabeth Pomès Performance without fear, is it possible? Well, in a way, no, itʼs not; because fear is an intrinsic part of the performance. Everybody…

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An Island of Serenity: A practical guide

This excerpt is from a comprehensive 42-page booklet. To request the entire booklet, contact Elisabeth. Stretching Exercises Head Eye Exercises Stand or sit comfortably. Keeping your head still, look upward as…

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Martha Graham

There is a vitality, a life force, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you

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