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Freeing Your Authentic Voice Workshop with Alexandru Anton

Workshop: Authentic Voice Workshop
Date: Tuesday,  May 10th
Time: 9am Pacific / 12 Noon Eastern
Length: 2 hours
Cost $20. USD
LISTEN to PODCAST for Introduction

     This online workshop is a safe space for Alexandru to lead us in exercises that lead us to, as he says, “reopen the playground inside ourself, to rediscover the spontaneous, natural flow of sound and voice that you’ve been carrying within all this time, even before you produced your first sounds. Let’s engage the power of sound to open these inner nooks and crannies and find our authentic voice.”  
     Alexandru Anton is a throat-singer, voice and singing coach with a focus on releasing the emotional, psychological, and physiological barriers that can restrict the full use and power of our voice. He has a degree in Psychology, and extensive training in shamanic techniques and systemic family constellations. He is a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism, a Cuyamungue Institute Community Host. He joins us from his ancestral village in the Romanian countryside. 
      Alexandru says, “It was in 2010 that I had my first live encounter with throat-singing. I’ve been fascinated ever since by this singing style and how it affects our psyche. I have traveled to Tuva, Yakutia, Altai and Mongolia, and for the past 10 years I have been leading workshops and supporting people to open up their voice and sing, and some to throat-sing, exploring the healing qualities of voice, and experimenting with different singing styles.”
      All this is a prelude to finding our ‘songs’, to expressing them fully in the moment. “Like the old proverb says, if you can walk, you can dance. If you can talk, you can sing. And we are all suffocated by the songs we are not singing,” he says. 
 An engaging, wise, and innovative teacher, you’ll enjoy all that Alexandru has to share, as he prompts us each to find what our authentic voice, and song, has to reveal about ourself. 



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