About Singing Freedom
and the Art Of Overtone Singing
Self-expression, personal growth and authentic communication
Singing carries the power to transform not only ourselves but also the world around us. It holds the potential to ignite change, to challenge norms, and to inspire others to find their own voices. In a world where conformity and constraint often prevail, singing offers a sanctuary of individuality and self-discovery. It emboldens us to step into our own light, to embrace our unique gifts, and to courageously share them with the world.
Through the freedom of singing, we become agents of change, advocates for truth, and catalysts for the beauty and diversity that reside within each of us. In the realm of song, our voices merge into a collective chorus of liberation, amplifying the call for freedom in all its forms.
Singing Freedom's main focus is on the use of the voice as a therapeutic instrument and a source of self discovery. By studying the art of sound and communication, how we use, choose and feel our sounds, thoughts and words, we create better relationships with ourselves and other beings.
The singing techniques of overtone or diphonic singing, also called vocal harmonics, go back to traditional shamanism, creating a magical double sound in the voice: a very high whistle-like melody appears in our voice above the fundamental note. We learn how to use our voice to break up these harmonics into specific sound frequencies.