Dr Jenevora Williams

How exciting to have had this fabulous quote about our new Room To Breathe Feldenkrais Course ‘Anita Morrison is an extremely experienced singing teacher who integrates her expertise of Feldenkrais into her knowledge of singing and teaching singing. I have been...

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Tilting Turmoil

I came across this study via Jamie Read and have been a little bemused by it ever since. I wonder what your thoughts are if any? The study below (link to study included) was designed to test a 3D-visualisation software programme called MIMICS. It used high resolution...

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HRT and Voice – Research Summary

Effect of Hormonal Replacement Therapy on Voice Journal of Voice – Article in Press Abdul-Latif Hamdan, Georges Tabet, Ghina Fakhri, Doja Sarieddine, Rachel Braiche and Myhieddine Seoud This research study assesses the impact of Hormonal Replacement Therapy on Voice....

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PhD Breathing Methodology Journey: No. 4

The purpose of this brief article is to consider the significance of the research conducted by Iwarsson and Sundberg (1998), Iwarsson et al (1998) and Iwarsson (2001). Reading these three research reports in conjunction with one another may provide us with an insight...

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PhD Breathing Methodology Journey No. 3

Effects of Inhalatory Abdominal Wall Movement on Vertical Laryngeal Position during Phonation – Jenny Iwarsson Journal of Voice: Volume 15 No.3 2001 pp384 – 394 This study is perhaps useful to the singing community on a number of levels: Firstly it addresses the issue...

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PhD Breathing Methodology Research Journey No. 2

I'm just embarking on a PhD specialising in breathing methodology. My intention is to draw together the disparate, scientific research with a view to highlighting commonalities. I've decided to blog my research journey as a way of motivating myself to study. I'm also...

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