Your Voice Matters.
WHO IS COACHING GOOD FOR?
THE INTEGRATED VOICE - COACHING
Through the connection between our practical and metaphoric voices, we have the power to create transformation in ourselves and others. Whether we are aware of it or not, these two voices are inextricably linked. It is through the exploration of both that we can transcend the ways we hold ourselves back and be more fully integrated and alive human beings.
Using a combination of voice and coaching sessions, we will work together to explore how you can use your voice to:
We will also explore:
Who knows? You may even find yourself singing!
"We do not coach to solve a problem. We coach for a life to be lived." -Jim Patterson
We will start with an initial conversation to see if we are a good fit for each other. If so, we begin our coaching relationship with an initial foundational session so that we both have a good understanding of where you are starting, your goals and the way we will work together. Frequency and length of sessions can vary based on your needs, preferences and availability. I normally request a three-month minimum commitment to coaching. For pricing and availability, please drop me a line!
"Rebekka has it all-Magnificent voice, ebullient improvisational spirit and masterful coaching skills. She blends structure and flexibility, creating a safe place to stretch and takes risks, and find joy in the effort." -Pamela Seigle, Executive Director, Center for Courage & Renewal NE
Your voice is an instrument of connection. Through voice you have the power to deeply affect people and inspire lasting Transformation.
THE VOICE AS METAPHOR
When people are asked to think of someone whom they are inspired by, often similar qualities come up and include words like: trustworthy, authentic, passionate, inspiring, committed, real, courageous, full of integrity, loving. These people stick with us because they have engaged us at a deeper human level. They aren’t perfect. In fact, sometimes it is their imperfections that help us connect with them. Their values are present and easily identifiable. Their “voice” is strong, consistent and clear.
THE PRACTICAL VOICE
Understanding how the voice works can have tremendous impacts on the way we sound, our ability to engage individuals or groups, and our ability to maintain a healthy speaking or singing voice. Most people use their voices every day but have no idea how they really work! Our voices require a complex set of systems to work together consistently and repeatedly. These systems divide into three primary components: power source (the lungs), vibrator (your voice box) and resonators (the throat, nose, mouth and sinuses). The way we use them in service of one another is mostly an unconscious process. What might happen if we really understood how to use our voice?