The word yoga means union and through the practise and philosophy of yoga we learn how to connect mind, body and spirit (breath). The mind becomes focussed, less cluttered.
Through the practise of yoga and meditation, we can become clear, calm and centred – under all conditions.
Voice in Yoga is based upon the ancient practices of Nada (sound) Yoga. It teaches us how to breath, think, hear, speak and sing from this (conscious) place of union in mind, body and spirit.
Energy release movement
Deep breath work
Mind-body connection activities
Connecting your breath to sound
Understand the power of sound vibration
Meditation and your voice (Nada)
The power of intention and visualization
Chakra sounds meditation
Your conscious sound vibration
The nature of your soul
Yoga and leadership
Carmella commenced her yoga training in 1985 as a young drama student in Sydney and very quickly understood the benefits and how they intrinsically relate to a career in performance.
Yoga enables you to have greater control over your vehicle. Yogic breathing tunes the vocal pipes, making them strong, flexible and durable.
In a world filled with distractions, we become disconnected from our source, from our centre. Yoga connects you to your breath and body.
Meditation brings invaluable tools that will enable you to calm your mind and find deeper concentration under all circumstances. The benefits of yoga and meditation are nowadays recognised by science, as ancient techniques become just as relevant in the modern age.
Hatha Yoga, Seasonal Yoga
From Beginners to Advanced
Individual or Groups
Pranayama (Breath Control)
Diet and Nutrition
Individual tuition in speech and in song – beginners to advanced
Paying special attention to personal blocks or issues with reference to the voice
Receive a tailor-made program with options of advancement in examinations or professional performance