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I am please to be able to announce my recent certification as a Vocal 'First Aid' Coach.
Worship leaders, this year may have many churches in lockdown but this hasn't meant you stop singing and worshipping. If you're at home and leading online there're dozens of weird and wonderful items you can use to keep your voice healthy and primed for worship.
Try these at at home. Use them everyday to keep your voice in tip top singing condition.
I think as worship leaders there is even more onus on us to put our best voice forward. Not only for us, as the vocalist, but for every listener under the sound of our voice. Why? Because no one wants to hear messed up vocals, especially when trying to concentrate on worshipping.
Let's be honest. Its distracting!
So, whenever preparing for sunday service, I really do think we should come prepared to put our best vocals forward. So, how do we do that? By adopting a simple warm up that works for your voice..
In the following article (click link), The American Academy of Otolaryngology explains why it is important to warm up and how it helps with the intensive activity of singing, along with 8 warm up exercises that work. (The following link will take you the AAO webpage.)
Dionne is a professional Vocal Coach and Worship Leader and has been tutoring
Voice In Ministry - Lift Your Voice!