Josephine Cooper, Voice, Yoga & Movement Coach

Josephine Cooper (She/They)

Voice, Yoga & Movement

Type: One-on-one

Duration: 55 minutes

Cost: $90 / Pro & VIP: $75

Discover your voice with Josephine

In my practice, I work with actors to open to their singing voice whether it is familiar or a new exploration! My lessons invite folx to make space for joy and gentleness, rather than rigidity. Singing is allowed to be fun and playful and I hold my students in deep encouragement. I believe strongly in the therapeutic benefits of singing and voice work, as this practice is a way of connecting deeply with ourselves and our bodies. I am currently a student of various movement and somatic psychology modalities and love to educate my students about the way that the nervous system impacts our bodies as actor/singers. There is empowerment to be found in finding greater space in our bodies to express ourselves through music!

About Josephine Cooper:

Josephine (she/they) began singing at a young age as a shy child looking for an outlet for creativity. As they grew up, they embraced theatre and voice as their expressive avenues and went onto receive her BFA in Theatre from Emerson College. While at Emerson, Josephine also began to dive deeply into therapeutic study writing their honors thesis Breath in the Experience of Healing and Creativity. Josephine recently starred as Sylvia in the National Tour of Finding Neverland under the direction of Mia Walker (Jagged Little Pill, Waitress). Jo has also developed devised work including La Storia Di Colapesce with Trinacria Theatre Co. in Sicily, Night Witches (the true story of Soviet female fighter pilots during WWII) first performed in an airplane hanger in rural Virginia then premiered at Dixon Place in NYC. She played Hermia in The Dream Project 2.0 with Yonder Window and is currently a Company Player. Josephine’s teaching spans voice/yoga and movement in private practice in NYC as well as in schools and abroad. Jo is also a reiki practitioner and runs a queer-centered, sliding-scale, trauma-informed practice in Brooklyn. They are also part of the queer bodyworker collective Bodies For Bodies. Josephine’s work as a performer, educator and bodyworker all deeply inform one another. They love to infuse each practice with radical care for self and community and believe deeply in the importance of trauma/nervous system-informed education and health care.

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