Vocal Yoga7 tracks 6 reviews
Vocal Yogais a daily 30 minutes devotional singing practice CD designed to bring deep inner union and stillness of the mind. Strengthen your voice and breath, refine your tuning, stretch your range and develop vocal dexterity. Singing the seven sacred sounds of Indian Classical music: sa, re, ga, ma, pa, dha, ni.
Vocal Yoga with Peruquoisis a mix of Indian classical approach and unique Peruquois techniques and meditation. Vocal Yoga is a great self-help CD to improve your ability to express yourself, have a control over your voice and vocal abilities.
If you get the album of iTunes or Amazon please leave the comments there as they would be invaluable guide to women who yet don't know my work. On leaving rating and comment please connect with me at firstname.lastname@example.org letting me know which album you get and at which shop — and I'll send you some music/practice material for FREE!
Hello! I can't download any album from the site — always a mistake because I'm not from USA. What can I do with this? It it any possibility to solve this problem?
Please try to buy it via revernation store. www.reverbnation.com/peruquois
And you can try different shops. There are several where my albums are on sale. Love, Peruquois
Hello, is it possible to buy Vocal Yoga anywhere in Peterburg or Moscow (or in Kazakhstan) from the store? Thank you=)
I love this voice practice! Makes me hum and buzz in my entire body. <3
Dear Peruquois, I bought via Google play this album and love it with all my heart. After only 2 days of practising, my husband noticed that the quality of my voice changed! I can't wait to a certain time of the day to start breathing and singing with you. Breathing through my belly during the day helps me to stay grounded and connected to my spirit through my daily activities. Many blessings to you, beautiful soul! My question is about track 3 «strengthening the breath», which is 1min 40''. You are saying at the end of the track, «Breath with me» ,and it ends. Is it the end of the exercise or I suppose to continue breathing this way by myself? With gratitude. Natalia