Wed 18th May – Let It Sound: Awakening Your Inner Voice ~ Stephanie Roinier

“Out beyond ideas of right and wrong doing, there is a field, a singing field, I’ll meet you there….” ~ Rumi

LET IT SOUND is inspired by The Naked Voice work of Chloe Goodchild. It will empower children and adults to build their self-esteem and self confidence through music, singing and body expression.

The world of dualities where we live is challenging and full of surprises.

With LET IT SOUND people will have the opportunity to express themselves freely without feeling they are being judged by others or by themselves. They will discover that the voice is a pure reflection of the soul and they will learn how to listen to the voice inside them. This is where the change in their lives will start…

This will be an evening for everyone, whether you love your voice and sing or speak in ways that you already love, or whether you feel that using your voice is something that you would like to feel more confident in. It is also for those who are simply curious and would like to explore the ways in which we can use our voice to have fun, improve well-being, self-esteem, confidence, and to heal ourselves in a myriad of ways.

In LET IT SOUND WORKSHOPS adults have the opportunity to express themselves freely without feeling that they are being judged by others or by themselves. They will discover that the voice is a pure reflection of the soul and they will learn to listen to the voice inside them.

If you sometimes feel stuck in communication with family or friends, if you feel that sometimes it is difficult to express your emotions, or if you feel overwhelmed by the thought of speaking in public, Stephanie’s workshops offer a wonderful space to come and enjoy the dynamic of the singing field. Together you will enjoy stilling the mind, opening the Heart, dissolving fears and arriving fully into the Present Moment.

In LET IT SOUND WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN, children will have the opportunity to express themselves without judgement and will enjoy lots of games, activities and stories where they can dance, jump around, be creative, learn to trust themselves, give themselves challenges and experience their achievements, feeling proud of who they are.
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Stephanie Roinier began to sing when she was 13 growing up in France, then travelling to Canada and the USA to follow her dream of being a professional singer. She worked with various professionals in the music industry and in the meantime discovered the work of The Naked Voice with the singer and voice teacher Anna Beaumont.
Again in France, at the Premier Music School, Stephanie chose a different path which she felt offered a profound learning, and she arrived in the UK in June 2013 to become a student of The Naked Voice. During this time she worked as a Teacher and Physiotherapy Assistant for children with special needs.

THE NAKED VOICE work was founded by the singer and voice teacher Chloe Goodchild in 1990 in the UK, as a unique method that explores the human voice as a source of individual and collective self-discovery, linking to the most profound levels of human wisdom. It restores the transformative power of sound as a catalyst for conscious communication at the heart of our everyday lives. It is rooted in a rigorous practice of deep stillness, non-judgemental listening & energy movement.

‘Together we will share in the magic of sounding, where you will still the mind, open your heart, dissolve fear and come into the present moment.
In a supportive environment, we will explore the deeper aspects of being. We will engage with laughter and lightness, weaving a path together’.

~ Stephanie Roinier
Founder of Let it Sound – Awakening your inner voice

‘We speak with each other, we speak in public, we recite poetry, we sing…
Many people feel: “I can’t sing”, “I can sing but I shouldn’t!

But, Is there really a difference between your speaking voice and your singing voice?’.

~ Chloe Goodchild, Founder of The Naked Voice work.
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