What is Spherical Movement with The Visceral Voice?
Spherical Movement includes three weekly movement sessions to bring the full body through all 3 planes of motion (Sagittal, Frontal, Transverse), using 6 chain reactions and 66 vital motions that are used in everyday movement. Combine these mobility and stability movements with vocalization to explore your body/voice connection.
Weekly Spherical Movement Schedule
Three Virtual Spherical Movement Classes each week via ZOOM:
Foundational: Tuesdays @ 9:00 AM EST
Strength: Wednesdays @ 9:00 AM EST
Cardio: Fridays @ 8:00 AM EST
What do members have to say about Spherical Movement?
Check out this video to hear how empowering it can be.
"Christine's compassionate care, attention to detail/methodology and flexibility with the movement/strength training course are some of its greatest attributes! I appreciate the ability to build skills in a mindful and appropriate way, especially with my need to modify some movement and intensity. The course offers a variety of integrated approaches, encouragement and accountability. I especially benefit from the spectrum of work including foundational active engagement, cardio, stabilization/balance, good form and increasing overall strength and endurance. I look forward to continuing to build on the strides I am making, all the while being able to use 'what I have, where I am, how I am.'"
Movement with Christine
Christine Schneider has been a pioneer for manual laryngeal therapy in the US for almost 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 and anatomy to the wide variety of vocal athletes throughout the world.
With the Barral Institute, Christine also has extensive training in Visceral Components of the Neck and Thorax, Visceral Manipulation, and Neuromeningeal Manipulation. Her other specializations include Myofascial Assessment and Release, Treatment of Whiplash and Related Disorders, and CranioSacral Therapy.
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 for PAVA (Pan American Vocology Association). She is also the Head of Research and on the Advisory Board for The Academy of Noise.