Sat, Mar 18|
Online via Zoom
(SSS)Developing the Mind-Body Connection for Vocal Performers with Julia Thornton, M.S.
Explore how mindfulness, the acceptance of our own internal experiences, and a commitment to our craft can help ease the everyday emotional and physical friction we experience as vocal performers.
Time & Location
Mar 18, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM PDT
Online via Zoom
About the Event
THE FOURTH AND FINAL IN OUR SATURDAY SELF-CARE FOR SINGERS WORKSHOP SERIES! TAKE CARE OF YOUR MENTAL WELLBEING.
Complete workshop description: Explore how mindfulness, the acceptance of our own internal experiences, and a commitment to our craft can help ease the everyday emotional and physical friction we experience as vocal performers. In this workshop we will talk about the psychology of mindfulness, how our brains impact our performance, and learn specific, practical ways to develop the mind-body connection.
Julia Thornton, M.S. is a performance psychology consultant based in the Pacific Northwest. Her unique experience combines creative practice with the scientific study of performance psychology. Julia has extensive experience as a creative leader, music director, and conductor and previously served as the Resident Music Consultant for Seattle Repertory Theatre, along with frequently working at The 5th Avenue Theatre, Village Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and Cornish College of the Arts. Julia holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Edinburgh in Performance Psychology and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oregon in Anthropology and Music. Visit her at jtperformanceconsulting.com!
This is for the Developing the Mind-Body Connection for Vocal Performers workshop only.$35.00+$0.88 service fee