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Voice training, voice training, speech training, improvisation

Avant-garde and Trauma 20th -Century Music and the Experiences from the World Wars

Avant-Garde and Trauma – The Music of the 20th Century and the Experiences of the World Wars. The discovery of the unconscious A technical article by Dr. Wolfgang-Andreas Schultz. What traces has the endless suffering of the two world wars left in music? How does music react when an entire society is traumatized? Music may be

The two most important phases in our lives and how they affect our voice and ear

The two most important phases in our lives and how they affect our voice and ear A professional article by Iris Hammermeister – Part 1 The phase model of Bodynamic The more I have studied Bodynamic, the more I understand how important security is in our lives. While I knew that our first contact and

Of the great importance of artistic expression

On the great importance of artistic expression When we came into the world, we were little works of art, pure expression. We did not yet have any filters through which we controlled our thoughts, actions and feelings. We were pure, natural, alive, curious, wanting to explore the world. Children often say without “putting their hand

Professional article in the association magazine Lachesis: Voice as a way of healing

A professional article in the association’s journal Lachesis No. 48: Voice as a healing path Vocal apparatus & womb space – an ancient sacred connection My journey with the voice began early: I can remember that I always loved music. When I heard it, I was in another world. It helped me to survive. I

The connection between the larynx and the lower pelvic floor

The connection between the larynx and the lower pelvic floor. An unimagined potential, especially for chronically ill people By Iris Hammermeister My area of research lies in the connection between the larynx and the lower pelvic floor. For years I have been teaching about this connection and today I can say that for me it