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About

I am a professional singer, with a passion for teaching singing and breathwork. I studied at the Royal College of Music, gaining my Postgraduate Diploma with distinction. Alongside my performing career, I have over 20 years of experience teaching singing both privately and as a peripatetic member of staff at Rugby School. I focus on a compassionate teaching style, offering knowledge and enthusiasm in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. 

Inspired by my own personal and professional interest in breathwork, I undertook Breath-Body-Mind teaching training with Dr Patricia Gerbarg and Dr Richard Brown. I am a Level 2 qualified BBM teacher and I am a keen advocate of the physical and mental health benefits Voluntarily Regulated Breathing Practices (VRBPs) can bring.

I am currently studying for an MA in Voice Pedagogy with the Voice Study Centre, working with some of the world's leading voice experts, and specialising in singing for health. My research is focused on building a model of practice that is centred around compassion, blending singing and breathwork to promote creative ways to support mental and physical wellbeing. I also work as a research & evaluation adviser for the Singing for Health Network.

I hold an up-to-date enhanced DBS check certificate and I am a member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians. Sessions take place in my home studio, which is located in Old Stratford, between Milton Keynes, Buckingham and Northampton.

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