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Natasha Valdes Voice

No more crossing your fingers and hoping you hit the notes! That's called luck, not technique. Hello, I am Natasha Valdes! Your trauma-informed voice professional, vocal pedagog, and vocal performer for over 20 years. I am a voice science nerd who loves to play board games and drink tea! I don't believe in a cookie-cutter approach to vocal exercises. My approach to teaching voice is unique because I integrate voice science and neuroscience to create a holistic approach to singing. I also specialize in how trauma, anxiety, and depression affect the voice via the vagus nerve. My goal is to help others find their organic voice by understanding how the mind, body, and voice work together in a way that is unique to each individual. By using my methodology, students learn to have more control over vocal decisions, sustain notes, release tension, expand their vocal range, learn healthy belting techniques, and know the full capacity of their voice. My students have had many successful outcomes in reaching their artistic goals: Leads in musicals, competing in classical competitions, worship leaders at churches, performing at multiple venues, and having fun understanding their instruments.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love that I get to mix my passion for singing together with my nerdy science brain to help people discover the capabilities of their voices. My favorite moment is when students have an "ah ha moment!" You can see the expression change on their face because they have unlocked a new level of their voice. It's very exciting to witness and to be a part of!

What inspired you to start your own business?

I started my own studio to have the freedom to teach and rehabilitate voices using my own method that collaborates voice science, neuroscience, and trauma science. The methodologies I use are a collaboration of western and eastern vocal applications, which is outside of the realm that most music studios in America accept. I had performed for 20 years only to completely lose touch with my voice. It was a very hard idea to grasp since my identity was tied to my voice. Now I feel vocally free and I enjoy singing in multiple genres.

Why should our clients choose you?

I don't take a cookie-cutter approach to voice lessons. A lot of voice teachers out there will teach what they are taught and will repeat the same exercises used by their teachers and their teachers. However, if we look at the trend in music over the years, the demand for the voice has changed (especially for musical theater performers who are expected to sing all over the map).

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