Use these recordings to warm up before our lessons or your singing practice. Usually warm ups take 5 to 10 minutes. If you’ve just woken up or feel particularly clunky, you can warm up for up to 20 minutes. Make sure you don’t tire yourself too much, or else you won’t have enough energy and stamina when the time to exercise or sing comes!

Remember that all warm ups should be done quietly and without “pushing” or feeling any pressure. Feel free to switch to head voice when you start feeling any sort of pressure.

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