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Meet Brendan!


Hello Everyone — Meet Brendan!

At the beginning of the pandemic he decided pursue his desire to learn how to sing. and has been taking singing lessons with me ever since.  

I love how he talks about shifting his thinking from, “I can’t do it” to “It’s a work in progress.” That shift alone can change everything.

If you’re interested in taking lessons with me,

By |May 17th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Love > Fear

Once you learn to LOVE your own voice — yup! I said that! — you’ll have an easier time learning how to sing. The activity in this video is a good place to start…

Learning to love your voice is a process. Here are a few tips for your journey…

1. Remember — You Don’t Have to Sound Like Anyone Else!

You don’t have to put on airs […]

By |April 26th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Word of the Year

The Word of the Year has become my favorite New Year’s ritual.

I wrote the article below 9 years ago when it was still a relatively new discovery for me. You’ll feel my enthusiasm around this practice of choosing a single word to embody the just right energy for moving into the future you desire. The whole process is fun and inspiring, and results in a surprisingly deep and loving dive into your heart and soul. […]

By |January 5th, 2022|Categories: Creativity, Empowerment, Problem Solving|0 Comments

Draw What You Sing; Sing What You Draw!

Here’s a fun way to jumpstart your singing…

This is a great activity to help you embody your voice!

Remember — we are not being literal here! We’re enjoying the feeling of moving our body, arm, hand, and pen or pencil or paintbrush, along with our voice — building that kinetic connection. Singing is a whole-body sport, right?! This activity also gives you an opportunity to strengthen your connection between […]

By |August 26th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Facing My Own Fear: Song Writing

One of the scariest things for me is writing my own songs. This is where all my gremlins and negative inner voices pop up real fast.

You may know that my whole singing journey has been a journey through fear towards love. Have I shared that with you before? Probably here and there. While singing was a needed and dependable comfort to me as a child, the act of singing in front of other people in […]

By |January 21st, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|6 Comments

Singing with a Drone Note

Click here to join a FREE live online Sing-Along!

One of best things a beginning singer (or even someone who thinks they’re a “non-singer”) can do for themselves, is to sing with a long steady note, which I call a “drone” note.

This is a fantastic way to learn not only what it sounds like, but what it FEELS like to match a pitch (also called singing in unison). Having someone else hold […]

By |October 28th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

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What People Are Saying —

“I just want to let you know how much I am enjoying the singing lessons. I haven’t had this much pure fun since I was in the third grade. It really is liberating for an old codger like me to just cut loose and make joyful noise like I did back then.”
– Brian, Adult Singing Student

“As a private lesson student with Nancy, with a lot of fear of singing, I found after just one session my confidence grow. I attended a birthday party, and when the candles on the cake were lit, I immediately led the crowd in singing “Happy Birthday”! You have no idea what a big step this was for me!”
– Melanie, Workshop Participant and Private Student

“My mother, Charmian, called me this morning pretty euphoric. She said that she “finally felt free”. That she’d thought all her life that she was only capable of making a croaking sound but, instead, had heard herself sing one high note and one note in the middle that was really a tone. She’s always had fifth chakra issues, sore throats, laryngitis, power speaking, etc. This week, when she goes to her meditation meeting, she’ll join in the ‘oohming’ part for the first time.

She said that the workshop ‘changed her life’ after 94 years of being shut down/out.

This was an enormous breakthrough for her. Your program was so well structured and led with such enthusiasm and joy. Congratulations to you. What a gift for everyone there.” With gratitude,”
– Cathy (Daughter of 94 year old workshop participant!)

“The lessons made me feel a lot more comfortable with my voice, and singing in front of people. Also, I think that I’m better at staying on pitch, and getting the pitch right the first time. Plus lessons were just a lot of fun! I really enjoyed them! Thank you again. Hope to see you next summer!“
– Ruth, Teenage Singing Student

“It surprised me how easy it was most of the time, to let go and just sing and make sounds. One thing I really like about Nancy’s teaching is that she brings a straight forward can-do energy to the group, allowing for fears and nervousness but not focusing on those.”
– Workshop Participant

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