Technique is one of the most important, yet miss-understood elements to singing. Everyone seems to have a very basic, if somewhat contradictory 'gist'. We hear things like, "use your support," "use your stomach muscles," or "watch your breathing." What does it all mean? Our bodies, including our vocal chords, lungs and throat, are part of a biological machine. We have to maintain the parts and make sure they are working efficiently in good alignment and balance. We need to train and strengthen those areas correctly, or they simply won't work to the best of their ability. There is an awful lot of technical advice out there, so what is right and wrong? Everyone seems to have the 'correct way,' and yet, they all seem to be saying slightly different things. The truth is, the only correct way is the one that works for you. Everyone has a voice that is an individual and unique muscle, and although general technical advice can help us up to a point, it is critical that we don't 'generalise.' Your individual voice, may not fit a 'general,' mould. You are unique, and it is possible that generalising may lead to damage or the development of bad habits or poor techniques in order for you to cope and these can be hard or impossible to reverse. I'm not only passionate about finding the right technique for you, but I'm also fascinated by the physiques that influence the voice. Whether this interests you or not, it is important in my opinion, to have a trained ear to keep you on the right path. I will show you how to use good technique, so that in time, this will become second nature to you and you will find it easier to produce lovely sound automatically!