Do you communicate online?
Teachers, therapists, coaches, artists, people in social professions, in medicine and economy, in offices and institutions are increasingly depending on digital media.
In virtual communication the subtleties of facial and body language are less perceivable and also the eye contact is less vivid. That’s why the voice, its expressiveness, dynamic, colour and vitality is all the more important, if we really want to reach others online.
Good to know
Our voice vibrates in our body like music in an instrument. Its quality, variety and agility depend on
- our breathing
- the freedom of our resonance spaces and bone conduction
- the way muscles and fascia contribute to our uprightness
- the ease with which our head balances on the spine
- the vibrational capacity of our larynx and vocal chords
Often it can be small adjustments that help our voice to become clearer and more expressive.
It can start with the right seating arrangement or the way how we angle our screen in front of us. Or we can become more aware of our breathing or the resonance of our body while speaking.
We might also consider how appreciative we are of our voice.
Specific voice training with awareness of your own body and the freedom to use your voice consciously can help that in your online communication your clients, customers and patients, your pupils or students can stay awake and interested, open, creative, co- operative and engaged.
In my voice training we will explore together the optimal conditions that you need to communicate online in an easy, authentic, effective and satisfying way while feeling at home in your body and your voice.