Sep 4, 2019
Episode 082. “There is a vulnerability that comes with the voice because it is a natural expression… of who we are. The sound of my voice carries with it the story of my life.” ~Davin Youngs
Honestly? I shouldn’t even write show notes for this one. I mean, this episode is about voice. How we use it. How we experience it. Where it comes from.
How do you summarize it with words?
Davin Youngs does a great job distilling voice down to its essence. He’s a singer, teacher, and sound guide with profound observations about human vocalization that reverberate in the body and in life. He’s made a career helping people overcome deeply-rooted fears that block them from living fully in their voice.
If you’ve guessed that there’s a lot more than music theory being taught in one of his workshops, you’re right.
And whether it’s learning to use your voice or uncovering your authentic selves, Davin’s all about committing to the practice because that’s where the magic happens.
We become stronger when we’re heard and we become more compassionate when we listen.
My advice to you? Listen in… then burst into spontaneous sound!
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