Franklin Method Level 3 Educator and Yoga Teacher Alison Wesley leads this deep dive into how to master your voice and express your true self.

Webinar Replay

Master Your Voice

Activate your full, confident expression
through the power of your anatomy

All proceeds from this webinar will be donated to the Laura A. Hames Franklin Scholarship – a new fund set up to help aspiring young dancers get into our Franklin Method teacher training program for free.


Embody and strengthen your vocal anatomy for powerful communication.

Do you ever go to say something and freeze up? Or notice you feel drained and fatigued, like it’s difficult to project your voice?

You free your voice through your body.

You express your truth through your vibration and your words.

Your vocal cords are part of your physical body. Like any other part of you, they can be trained and nurtured, so it feels easy to project and communicate.

Join us LIVE from your home!
– Wednesday, June 9, 2021 @4pm CET–
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“Listening to the body is the key and we have to speak the language to listen. The language is anatomy.” – Alison Wesley


During this two-hour online class, Alison Wesley will be covering:

      • The anatomy of the voice and how it connects to the rest of the body.
      • How the breathing, neck, jaw and shoulders influence our voice.
      • Imagery to apply for more effective communication.
      • Understanding why your voice sounds different to you than it does to others.
      • Releasing jaw, lip, and tongue tension, allowing energy to flow more efficiently.
      • How to create a more pleasant and enjoyable tone and resonance.

Replay: Master Your Voice – Alison Wesley


  • Replay from the webinar with Franklin Method Faculty: Alison Wesley
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Includes:
    • 3 Month access to video replay
    • Poster Package with 5 downloadable & printable posters – PDF
    • Exercise Reference Sheet –  PDF

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