Your Singing Tongue Part 3

People love their singing tongues!

Why do I say this?

Easy.  They keep asking for more help.  If they didn’t love their singing tongues, they wouldn’t do that.

It’s that simple.

Why does that matter to you?

Well, if you were not looking for something to help you improve your voice, you wouldn’t be reading this right now.

So, I thought I’d tell you a couple of stories about 2 people who just finished previewing “Your Tremendous Singing Tongue”, my very affordable digital lesson to give you the exercises you need to tame your singing tongue for optimum singing power.

Before I made it available for sale, I beta tested it with 2 people and I thought you’d like to hear about how those 2 people responded because everyone’s singing tongue mindset is slightly different from anyone else.

Here is what happened:

  • Diane, Person #1, concentrated heavily as she watched the video lesson.  She tends to have a mouth and lips that retract a bit, as though she is trying to hold in what she really wants to express.  No one has ever helped her with her singing tongue before, so this was a completely new experience for her.  She worked hard at each of the Action Steps and stretched her tongue muscle as far as she could.  We laughed quite a bit together as she moved her tongue around in ways she had never thought possible.  The next day, she told me that her tongue was sore!  Yes, just like your abs get sore when you work them, your  tongue muscle gets sore too.  She LOVED the video lesson!
  • Dawn, Person #2 (this begins to sound like a court lineup), has full lips, no retraction that is noticeable, but is suffering from a tight jaw and recently had to have a night mouth piece fitted for herself because her dentist told her that she was grinding her teeth at night. This is a common problem that excess stress brings on millions of people.  When she did the Action Steps, she really got to laughing hard and we had a great time enjoying the video lesson.  She responded well to the powerful knowledge given in the video lesson that allowed her to understand how the singing tongue works and how it is related to a tight jaw.  She had many questions, which is always a sign that a teacher is doing her job right.

I appreciate these 2 women who were bold enough to try the lesson.  I learned much from their questions and laughter.  Thanks to both Diane and Dawn.

It is SO GREAT to see the positive responses to “Your Tremendous Singing Tongue” and it is helps me to learn more of what people really need so that I can give it to them.

As always, that old adage from the 50s musical, The King and I, comes into play:  “By your pupils you’ll taught.”

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  • Joy ,

    Thanks so much! I’d love to know what you would like to know more about. That helps me to help you!