Fear of Singing

Overcome the Fear of Singing in front of Others with EFT Tapping

Photo by  Ron Smith  on  Unsplash

Photo by Ron Smith on Unsplash

This week instead of writing you a blog post, I have made a video showing you a powerful technique to overcome the fear of singing in front of a person/people.
I have found that during my career as a singing teacher, when students first come to a lesson, they are super nervous. I have even had some students look as though they are going to either be physically ill or bolt out the door.
I can 100% relate to this. When I began my lessons at JMI (Jazz Music Institute) and the Conservatorium, I felt exactly the same way.  
In fact, it took me five or six lessons to feel as though I could be myself as well as sing like myself in front of my teachers. 
When you boil it all down, it really is the fear of being judged and/or confirmed that you’re not good enough.
In this episode, I will show you a practice called Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) that can obliterate any old patterns and beliefs that are holding you back from A) starting your singing journey and/or B) filling you with massive doubt about your ability.

Please let me know how you go with tapping. Look, you may feel like a galah at first, but I promise this will bring amazing results. 

Talk to you next week! 

Mel X

P.S. The next video in my Beginner Singer’s Course will be in the Student Portal later today. You get access to this when you book in for your first singing lesson with me.

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