In this episode, John talks with Susan Lowell de Solórzano about the concept of biotensegrity and its application to singing. Susan shares her personal experience with biotensegrity and how it changed her approach to singing. She emphasizes the importance of balancing tension and relaxation in singing, and explores the use of metaphors and imagery to enhance vocal performance.

Episode highlights:

  • Biotensegrity is a framework for understanding biology using the principles of tensegrity.
  • Fascia is a connective tissue that interlinks and holds the body together.
  • Balancing tension and relaxation is crucial in singing.
  • Metaphors and imagery can be used to enhance vocal performance.

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