Saturday, September 9th 1:00 – 3:00 PM.
Join online or in person at the Center for Yoga and Trauma Recovery in Oakland, CA. Register below for online access. In person spots are limited!
Join Molly Mahoney and Lisa Danylchuk to learn the essential foundations of this healing work.
This workshop is for anyone wanting to learn more about breath, voice, yoga and self-expression. We will practice breathing techniques and vocalization to deepen your understanding of yoga poses and practice. Lisa and Molly will guide you in applying these concepts to your everyday life in a light and playful way. These two hours are about honoring yourself, communicating with ease, and creating increased freedom in breath and vocal range.
Come dressed to move and be ready to explore your voice!
Participants will learn:
- Simple yoga postures to prepare for singing
- Basic breath and alignment exercises
- The importance of gently and kindly connecting with your voice
- How to use yoga and the voice to help unlock tension in the body, build confidence and strength
As a yoga teacher or therapist, your clients will reap the benefits of this work.
Enrollment is $65 pre-registered (click this link above) and $75 day-of (online). In person spaces are extremely limited; this workshop will sell out.
Molly Mahoney is a Bay Area performer and teaching artist with a Masters Degree in Vocal Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Molly is an experienced performer across various genres including opera, musical theater and the Great American Songbook. She has performed with many Bay Area companies including West Edge Opera, West Bay Opera, Pocket Opera, Livermore Valley Opera, The Lamplighters, Cinnabar, and Ars Minerva.
Molly has been a teaching artist with the San Francisco Opera Guild for three seasons, has maintained a private voice studio for ten years and continues to build her base of knowledge for teaching by participating in workshops such as Lisa Danylchuk’s Yoga for Trauma course. Through practicing yoga, Molly has found a strengthened connection between movement and the voice. Singers breathe to sustain tone as well as life! Please visit www.MollyMaryMahoney.com to listen and learn more.
Get in tune (😂!!) with your body!