Keep in mind that each session is prerecorded. Only the Rest and Digest Sessions will occur live each day.
speaks to three world-renowned Fitzmaurice Voicework teachers who share their insights on singing with a range of styles.
Also, voice and acting coach Helena Walsh, Dublin, Ireland, on her work with actors for stage and screen;
Dr. Sara Matchett, Head of Theatre at the University of Cape Town, Africa, and Artistic Director of the Women’s Art Collective- the Mother Tongue Project, will discuss using voice for creating change through the arts.
As a bonus, Cynthia Bassham, Lead Trainer & Director of Certification, will answer questions about workshops and training offerings within the Institute.
Breathing, Feeling, Moving Practice
with Lee Su-Feh
Breathing, Feeling, Centering Practice
with Perry Piercy
Host: Associate Teacher and
Founder of the Free Listening Movement and Crash Acting Studio
with Helena Walsh
Through the Arts
with Sara Matchett
with Sarah Jessop
with Katie Bull
with Anne Harley
How and Why to Become
a Certified Teacher
with Cynthia Bassham
Rest & Digest – Live on Youtube and Zoom
Rest and Digest is a term borrowed from studies of the Nervous system, in particular the Parasympathetic Nervous System (PNS). PNS is responsible for making sure the body rests, digests, heals, and absorbs. These sessions are the LIVE portion of the summit and an opportunity to engage with Fitzmaurice Teachers who will be guiding embodied inquiry and exploring questions you may have about your experience with the Summits material presented during the Summit. Our hope is that through these deeper discussions and invitations of physical awareness, together we can rest, digest, synthesise, and absorb the wonders of Fitzmaurice Voicework.
Participation in the Rest and Digest sessions is voluntary. By attending, you understand that you are responsible for your own behavior and physical involvement during the session
Day 3 – August 9, 2020
Asia Pacific – 10 August 2020 4:00 pm GMT+8 – Guided by Budi Miller
“An invaluable resource.” – Molly Smith, Artistic Director, Arena Stage