Welcome to singing lesson nr. 2.

The basis for good singing technique is to get a good relaxation and balance in the whole body and to have a good attitude and control of your breathing. The controlled breathing reduces strain on the vocal cords. The muscles used in the control of breathing requires that the body is in balance from head to toe. Lets begin from the bottom:

1. Swing back and forth on your feet to find an even distribution of your body weight. Make sure that you have enough space between your feet.

2. Observe your knees. Beware of over-stretched knees! The tension from your knees goes directly up to you back and then further on to your instrument.

3. Shake your hips to make sure they’re not strained in any way. Try to find a location of your hips that gives you a straight line through the whole body.

4. Lift the shoulders as high as possible and drop back down. Make sure your shoulders are relaxed and in a low position.

5. Give yourself a "proud" chest where the lungs have enough space to work.

6. Stretch out your neck in a fine line.

Good luck with exercise nr 2, and don’t forget that a mirror really can help you when working on a good posture!

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