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Sing The Body Electric
This 4 week program is designed to leave you recalibrated, uplifted, and sonically invigorated. No previous musical experience necessary – useful for the first time explorer of voice and also for seasoned professionals! Previous participants noted dramatic changes in the freedom of voices after this safe and fun experience!
Thursdays @ 1-3pm PST – February 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd, 2024
Have you ever longed to dive deeper into the healing potential of your own voice?
Over the last two years, we have discovered a new embodied approach to awakening the whole body instrument, reconnecting with emotion through voice, and electrifying ourselves with our own healing resonance️.
Discover your electric body, get in tune with the power of your voice, and liberate your human instrument in this unique experience of resonant embodiment!
Electric health & sound therapy pioneer Eileen McKusick and transformational voice leaders & international recording artists, the Brothers Koren combine their disciplines to create an electrified, liberated, embodied experience of vocal expression and play.
Using the power of new awareness, breath, sounding, tuning, and interactive immersion into the innate musicality of our human instruments, we will explore the 24 tones of our Sonic Anatomy, experience expressing the range of human emotions with sound, and play with musical modes, archetypes, and a little bit of improvisation!
- Discover and use your voice from a more embodied place
- Gain a deeper understanding of where emotions reside in our bodies and what they sound and feel like
- Recognize how we can use music to express and balance our feelings and our bodies and biofields
- Learn powerful, unique, useful exercises that you can repeat regularly
- Stretch the boundaries of your expression!
Register here for the next Sing The Body Electric
Live Events & Performances
The brothers combine musical performance with collaborative voice experiences, giving audiences a feeling of being included in the creative process.
Their concerts are interactive, dynamic and engaging, dissolving the ‘fourth wall’ and creating a safe space for listening and audience participation.
For the brothers, the songs and stories are woven together to take the room on a journey, where music is medicine and songs are transformational.
Dates TBD 2023