Entries by Grace Ng Ee Wern

What Kung Fu Panda taught me about teaching voice

by Grace Ng Ee Wern   Kungfu Panda tells the story of an unlikely martial arts hero named Po. He is an obese, clumsy panda. Adopted by a goose, Mr. Ping, as a baby panda, he is selected to be the Dragon Warrior- a hero amongst heroes, to the chagrin of his teacher and the […]

Jin Shin Jyutsu Cheat Sheet for Voice

by Grace Ng Ee Wern Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy is a holistic Mind-Body healing modality. Energy flows through 26 invisible safety energy locks in the body. Disharmony in the Body and Mind occurs when safety energy locks lock up and energy cannot move. Disharmony manifests as excessive muscular tension, limited movement in the body and […]

Simple Self-Help for Sore Throats

Here is some simple self-help for sore throats from Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy ®. Jin Shin Jyutsu is an ancient Japanese healing modality rediscovered by Master Jiro Murai. It was brought to the USA and to the world by his disciple Mary Burmeister. Energy flows through the body. Disharmonies such as sore throats arise when […]

Creative Expressions: Interview with artist/singer/dancer Alvin Koh

Alvin’s been a supporter of Vocalogy since our inception. Alvin is a classical singer, a  ballet enthusiast and dancer, and a trained visual artist. We interviewed him to understand how he perceives creativity and how he manages his different creative interests.   GN (Grace Ng) : Let’s talk about your experience in visual art. Why […]

Beat Jet Lag with Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy (R)

by Grace Ng Ee Wern The movement and circulation of energy creates the body and maintains its wellbeing. Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy ® recognizes 17 individualized body function energies. Of these, 12 are organ function flows and are vital in distributing life energy through the body. An organ function flow may include a particular organ […]