A Workshop Focused on Loosening Jaw and Tongue Tensions

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Do you suffer from jaw or tongue tension (TMJ disorders)?

Are you someone who is interested in vocal exploration?

Are you curious about the connection between the voice and the body?

Join us ✨ 

This workshop is based on my research study and will explore the healing impact that yoga has on articulatory muscles and how this connection releases unwanted and/or habitual jaw and tongue tensions.


We will start with physical and vocal warm-ups which will be accompanied by jaw and tongue exercises. This will be followed up with a few explicit yoga poses that later on will be accompanied by vocal exercises. The workshop will include warm-ups, gentle stretches, guided meditation, relaxation, specific yoga poses and vocal/jaw/tongue exercises. Every participant will have an opportunity to restore balance in the body, allow authentic sound to move through the body, explore vocal range, learn new breathing exercises and release jaw and tongue tensions.


"Preliminary data from Lloyd et al. (2017) confirms that the vocal yoga program reduced participants’ vocal burden and dysphonia symptoms. While Moliterno (2008) adds when ‘the physical instrument is free and balanced, communication is clear, unguarded, and untainted by physical or emotional distractions’ (p.52)."

- taken from my research study called An Examination into the Impact of Yoga and Movement on the Jaw and Tongue during Singing and Speaking


Sunday, 7th August

4 pm - 5.30 pm


EVOKE studio

Unit A Rowan Apartments, Seven Sisters Road, N4 1FS

**how to get there here**



£30 (on the door)
** For concession fees -  drop us a line HERE  **

No cancellations available. Transfer your booking to another day, subject to availability.

After Booking: You will receive an email with all details and information.

Run by Michaela

“Hi! I’m Michaela. I have been leading this project for past 6 years and I am passionate about finding out whether and how body/physical movement can impact vocal projection. Please visit my website and find out more about what I do: www.michaelasound.com

"Really enjoyed the class, exactly what I need to further explore my vocal ability and to stay in tune with my body. I will be returning." - Sinead

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