Discover the Power of Your Authentic Voice - The Meaning and Practice of AUM
Friday, November 22, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
Discover the Power
of Your Authentic Voice
YogaVoice® - The Meaning and Practice of AUM
Friday, Nov. 22 from 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Ticket Price: $25
As presented at the 2012 Yoga Alliance Leadership Conference.
YogaVoice® explores the eight-fold path of Classical Yoga and its application to the lives and work of performing artists, voice professionals, and people who are interested in improving their communication skills and connecting to their innate creativity.
Friday evening will include an exploration of the yoga philosophy and historical practices associated with the sacred monosyllable, AUM. AUM will be explored in asana, as a meditative tool, and as a mantra for healing and wellness.
YogaVoice training endeavors to uncover and develop the Self-awareness that leads to personal authenticity and creative Self-expression. In some cases, YogaVoice practitioners have experienced their authentic voices for the very first time. YogaVoice workshops are recommended for anyone interested in the body/mind connection and how it relates to creativity in the performing arts and in every day life.
Mark Moliterno holds the BM and MM degrees in Voice and Opera from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music where his mentor was the famous vocal pedagogue, Richard Miller. He subsequently continued his formal musical studies at Rutgers University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the Britten-Pears School for Advanced Musical Study in Aldeburgh, England, and the Hochschüle für Musik, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. In 1985, while “living the life” as an active, professional performing artist (singing Opera and Oratorio), Mark was introduced to Yoga when he met and studied with Larry Payne, PhD in Los Angeles at Samata Yoga. Subsequently, Mark studied both viniyoga and Classical Yoga and became a certified Yoga instructor (500-hr) and Comprehensive Yoga Therapist (CYT) through the YogaLife Institute of Pennsylvania. His Yoga mentors are Larry Payne, PhD and Robert Butera, PhD.