Embodima Project - discussing & sharing imagery
IMAGERY IN THE TRAINING OF SINGERS this document is the sole copyright of Nicola Harrison 2019. No part of this document may be used or reproduced in any form without prior permission of the author.
The Embodima project aims to bring singing teachers together to share findings, discoveries and experiences with each other.
What the Embodima project was set up to do:
- Look at widespread use of motor imagery in other disciplines – sport, medicine and music, when imagining an action is overtly physical, such as running, playing a violin, imagining movement in an affected limb.
- Try and understand the use of motor imagery in singers when the muscles are deep and not seen or felt.
- To assess which imagery is helpful, and which is anatomically misleading.
- To open the debate on this immense subject.
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