Singing Posture

We all need to have good posture. And there is a perfect posture for playing any instrument and singing. Today I want to focus on the singing posture.


You always want to be relaxed and free to move when you are singing.

  • Your rib cage floats freely.
  • Your diaphragm descends easily.
  • Your breathing is effective.
  • Sound production is tension free.
  • Your voice becomes flexible.

Try this flexibility exercise.


Click here to practice.


  • Stand tall and relaxed.
  • Chin down.
  • Shoulders back.
  • Don’t lock your knees.
  • Feet flat on the floor.


Click here to practice.

Use the checklist below to critique your posture.




To practice on your own or to use for teaching, purchase this book for your teaching library.


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