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The Dynamics of Vocalization, with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
The Dynamics of Vocalization, with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen

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This video presents unique and effective Body-Mind Centering® principles for working with your voice. The expressive qualities of our voice communicate to others who we are. Bringing kinesthetic and auditory awareness to our vocal structures allows us to better embody, articulate and balance them. This process opens pathways of expression between our unconscious and conscious mind and between ourselves and others.

Material covers:
  • Gaining awareness of your own patterns of vocalization and facilitating repatterning in others
  • Using spatial planes and vowel scales in shaping your pharynx for clear overtones and vowel production
  • Distinguishing the production of pitch and intensity in your larynx (vocal cartilages and vocal diaphragm)
  • Remembering your embryological development as it relates to voice
  • Recognizing the psychophysical aspects of breathing and vocalization
These principles can be applied to any discipline that makes use of voice, breath and body: yoga, dance, bodywork, body-psychotherapy and other somatic movement practices.

DVD SET • Six discs • 9 hours, 39 minutes

This DVD set contains the following chapters (click here for a printable list):

Disc 1
  • Three Basic Planes in Relationship to Three Basic Vowels
  • Exploration of the Relationship between Hands and Vocalization
  • Vocalizing through Embryological Development of Nervous System

Disc 2
  • Pharynx
  • Three Primary Planes
  • Primary Vocal Cartilages and Vocal Diaphragm

Disc 3
  • Registration and Resonation
  • Bonnie Working with a Participant: Ringing in Ears
  • Vowel Scale Explorations

Disc 4
  • Five Positions of the Mouth in Sanskrit Part 1
  • Five Positions of the Mouth in Sanskrit Part 2
  • Five Positions of the Mouth in Sanskrit Part 3
  • Call and Response Credits Illustrations

Disc 5
  • Play All

Disc 6
  • Play All
  • Credits
  • Illustrations
The Relationship between the Pelvis and the Voice
Exploring the Three Basic Planes and Vowels through Vocalization and Movement
Vocalizing through Sensory Nerves versus Vocalizing through Motor Nerve
Embodying the Concha of the Nose through Breath and Sound

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