Laryngeal massage course

next course: 17-19 April 2020

Teacher:  vocal pedagogue, physiological massage therapist Anne Rosing  

Time:

Friday 17 April at 19 – 22 (7 to 10 pm)

Saturday 18 April at  10 – 16 (10 am to 4 pm)

Sunday 19 April at 10 – 16 (10 am to 4 pm)

 

Participants:

Singers and vocal pedagogues.

 

 

Content:

Even the best singing technique will not suffice if the voice is restricted by poor working conditions; the larynx may for example be placed permanently too high or too low even at rest, its sideways mobility may be reduced or the laryngeal cartilages may be unable to articulate with each other. 

All of the examples above may be the cause of for instance a lack of depth, problems with the high notes or breaks between the registres.

 

Laryngeal massage, also known as manual treatment has existed for generations. It is a highly efficient supplement for all kinds of singing techniques. Through the massage the larynx will obtain optimal freedom so that the voice can work freely.

 

 

Course goal: This course will provide you with some effectice tools to treat tension around the larynx -your own as well as those of your students.

 

Program:

 

Day 1: An introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the larynx as well as the principles of manual treatment. 

Day 2: Diagnoses and treatment. During this course you will learn to asses a singing voice's working conditions: how is the larynx placed, are the laryngeal cartilages able to articulate freely?You will also learn to treat tense muscles through laryngeal massage.

Day 3: Laryngeal massage and its effect on the singing voice. 

 

 

Place:

The Anne Rosing Institute, Svanemøllevej 92, 2900 Hellerup, Denmark.

Course fee:

4500 kr. May be paid through bank transfere or Mobilepay.

For payment details, please click here.

Application:

For application and more information regarding this course please contact us at  anne@annerosing.dk

Application is binding once the course fee has been paid.

Limited number of participants. 

Changes may occur.

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The Anne Rosing Institute

Svanemøllevej 92

 2900 Hellerup

  

Secretary: Nicolaj

Tel.: +45  25 94 95 99

info@annerosing.dk