How to find your voice
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Singing is food for the soul … and it doesn’t matter if you can carry a note … it’s important that you make a sound!


We all love to sing in the shower and don't care how we sound. Why can't we carry that freedom and non-judgment into our everyday lives? Why can't we fully express who we are without being self-conscious and afraid, without trying to be perfect?
What is your story? What is your reason for no longer expressing yourself freely? As children, we all embraced the process of life so easily. We were able to create, dance, and sing without fear. We knew then that singing connected us to something beyond ourselves. But something happened along the way… and we lost the sight and the sound of our own true voice.

Join us for a magical day of rediscovering your creative, lighthearted self once again. We'll begin our journey with a morning dedicated to silencing judgment and quieting our inhibitions, allowing for a sense of wonder to rush back in. Following a conversation about the nature of performance anxiety, we'll spend the afternoon singing, playing, and exploring our voices in a safe and fun environment.

No matter what you 'do' for a living, don't miss this incredible opportunity to express your authentic voice and true, creative self. And bring that song you've always wanted to sing along with you! Even if you're unsure of whether you'll be able to work up the courage to perform it, don't miss this incredible workshop! Jennifer Hamady has a variety of non-singing tools that will enable you to discover, develop, and celebrate your authentic voice.
Qualifications: no talent needed except for positive thinking

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Jennifer Hamady is a voice instructor and author of the The Art of Singing: Discovering and Developing Your True Voice, and has performed alongside Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, Patti LaBelle, Wyclef Jean, Def Leppard and others. She writes regularly for Psychology Today, The Huffington Post, and

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