In the Buddhist teaching, Upajjhatthana Sutta, there are five remembrances for contemplation. The one I…
Do you ever just make clicking noises with your tongue? Did you do this as a child?
Today, we are going to have a little childlike fun and give the tongue a little workout by making clicking noises.
If you can’t just find a clicking sound, try this. Make sure your mouth is moist. Then, put the tip of your tongue being your top teeth and press the front of your tongue up into that well, stiffen and you may feel a little vacuum. Quickly release the tongue downward for a click. You can also create clicking noises by curving the tongue up, again pressing to create a vacuum and releasing it quickly. Once you get it see how loudly or softly you can make it. Most of all, have fun.
GROW Voice, is a Boston-based business. Founder and CEO, Gina Razón has taught voice and speech for over sixteen years to individuals, organizations and in academic settings. She is sought after as a teacher of voice and speech, singing, and public presentation. Gina has a BM and MM in Voice Performance, she is a practitioner of Fitzmaurice Voicework and a certified teacher of Somatic Voicework. She has served as the voice coach for TEDxCambridge and speaks at National and local events on all things voice and speech. Gina is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, The Voice Foundation, the Voice and Speech Trainers Association and the National Speakers Association. More information at www.growvoice.com.