A Self-lead Program to Reset over 7 Days
Instructors - Joey Harrell and Christine Schneider

What is the 7-Day Reset?

The 7-Day Reset is a week-long program built to provide you with everything you need to get back on track with your singing and physical health. This novel program combines breathwork, self-care protocols, vocal training, and physical workouts. You will receive daily videos that you can follow along with to guide your daily practice. Our mission is to not only help you build positive momentum with your singing and fitness routines but to make sure that you are staying mobile and free.

Why did we build this program? 

If we learned anything from the last couple of years, it is that our lives can change in an instant. When life circumstances change, our routines can be disrupted and when we are ready to get back on track sometimes we just need to hit the reset button. That is why we built the 7-Day Reset.

However, we know that voice users have unique needs. Professional voice users rely on physical and emotional balance for optimal voice use and longevity. So we went ahead and built a program designed to meet the unique needs of folks just like you!

What makes the 7-Day Reset Unique?

While most of us know that we experience positive benefits in our singing from consistent exercise, these goals are often pursued separately. We exercise and we work on our singing. What makes the 7-Day Reset unique is that we have programmed all of these steps synergistically to optimize your routine. The magic of this program is in the self-care work which provides you with tools and exercises to keep your voice free and your body mobile as you reset your singing and exercise routines. 

Who is this program for?

This program is perfect for singers and teachers who are looking to reset their routines. There are no required levels of physical fitness or singing experiences. Every movement and exercise can be scaled to meet your current needs and abilities.

Your Instructors: Christine Schneider and Joey Harrell

Christine Schneider has been a pioneer for manual laryngeal therapy in the US for over a decade. Her private practice in NYC, LifeLight Massage Therapy PLLC, specializes in laryngeal and TMJ treatments for professional voice users. Working alongside New York’s top Laryngologists, Speech Pathologists and Voice teachers, she provides the manual component for vocal rehabilitation and vocal health maintenance. In addition to her practice, she created The Visceral Voice, a program and podcast which brings her passion and knowledge for vocal health, anatomy, self-massage, and movement to the wide variety of vocal athletes throughout the world.

With Taylor Techniques, Christine has extensive training in Myofascial Assessment and Release and is an approved provider and educator.

Her other specializations include Visceral Components of the Neck and Thorax, Visceral Manipulation, and Neuromeningeal Manipulation from the Barral Institute, Treatment of Whiplash and Related Disorders, and CranioSacral Therapy.

She is also a certified Movement Specialist with training from The Brookbush Institute, Gray Institute, Immaculate Dissection, NASM, Balanced Body, Barre Above, and the Institute for Integrative Health and Fitness Education. She is thrilled to be working as the movement coach for the 2022-23 Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Program.

After graduating from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor’s in Music in both Vocal Performance and French Horn Performance, Christine’s first expression of love for the voice was as a professional performer all around the world. She is a proud member of SAG/AFTRA, AEA, AGVA, and is a Voting Member of PAVA (Pan American Vocology Association). She is also the head of Research and on the Advisory Board for The Academy of Noise.


Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Joey Harrell is an educator, performer, researcher, and voice clinician. He received his Ph.D. in Musical Education at Penn State University with an emphasis on musical theater voice pedagogy. His research focuses on speech-based singing for voice building and habilitation as well as how teachers learn to teach, specifically the experiences of novice teachers.

Joey has also maintained a lifelong interest in strength training and physical fitness. After years of self-experimentation and writing programs for himself, his family, and his friends, he decided to get certified as a personal trainer. He received his ACE personal training certification in 2014 and quickly started training at the John’s Hopkins University Recreation Center. After moving to Boston to pursue his master's in Vocal pedagogy he began training at the Harvard Business School Recreation center. His passions in fitness lie in programming for strength, functional fitness, functional mobility, and nutrition.

Joey maintains a private voice studio in NYC where he works with professional musical theater performers and is constantly considering how the relationship between the voice and the movement. His clients can be seen on Broadway, national tours, TV/Film as well as in regional houses and BFA musical theater programs throughout the country. Most recently, he founded the company BroadwayVox which focuses on providing innovative educational resources to teachers and singers. You can follow him @singingwithjoeydotcom.

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