August 8, 2020 ~ Day Two

It’s DAY TWO of the Fitzmaurice Voicework Summit! We hope you have been inspired by the previous day’s presenters.
Below are the links to each of today’s presentations. Everything is prerecorded, except for the Rest and Digest Sessions.

Review Day One Here

Ready for Day Three…..Here it is!

 

Let’s begin Day Two!

15-minute audio-led
Breathing, Feeling, Moving Practice
with Lee Su-Feh

 

15-minute video-led
Breathing, Feeling, Centering Practice
with Perry Piercy

 

Hosted by Lynn Watson

Catalina Medina

Associate Teacher from Bogota, Colombia discusses her work with the energetic, transformative and curative dimensions of voice.
Hosted by Lynn Watson

Gin Hammond

Award-winning actor and teacher offers insights into the marriage of storytelling and technology in the world of gaming and audio books.
Hosted by Lynn Watson

Joanna Cazden

MS, CCC-SLP, gives us a scientific perspective on the use and application of Fitzmaurice Voicework.
Here is a link to Joanna’s empathy references.

 

 

 

Rest and Digest Live Sessions

Due to technical difficulties, we had to adjust the live streams from the Zoom meetings. Today’s Rest and Digest sessions will have different links than are currently in your email. Please use the following links for today’s sessions:

Europe & Africa – 4:00 pm GMT – Guided by Paula Ramírez  
Already passed. Thanks for joining us! View the recording here: https://yout
 
The Americas – 4:00 pm CDT – Guided by Elissa Weinzimmer & Pamela Prather
Click Here to join the session – https://zoo
Livestream link: https://yout

Asia Pacific – 9 August 2020 4:00 pm GMT+8  – Guided by Fabio Motta
Click Here to  join the session – https://zoo
Livestream link: https://yout

Thank you for your patience!
-The FV Summit Tech Team

To Convert Times to your own time zone: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

 

 

Ready for Day Three? Here it is!



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