Rabbi David Kosak
I was one of those kids growing up who was told "don't sing." Pretty damaging to a kid's sense of voice. About two years ago, I started working with Becca. It's safe to say that I have "retired" that negative sense of my voice. Instead, Becca has taught me to remain open and curious about my instrument. My range, access, quality of timber--all have grown remarkably.
My awareness of breath control and the smallest internal modulations and shaping of my internal space have all resulted in a profound improvement in the resonance, roundness and richness of my voice.
Somehow, in a mostly passive manner, she has even taught me to read music (still in the early days but it's pretty empowering) as part of my vocal training.
In short, even adults who are certain they can't sing are wrong. Working with Becca is proof of that. I am very pleased with the progress and growth I've made under her tutelage. You will be too!
Prashant Kakad, "DJ Prashant"
Becca is a wonderful teacher who will meet you where you are at & challenge you in a loving supportive way.
I've found the yoga classes on Sunday morning to be helpful & a great deal since it's typically 2-4 people so you'll get a lot of personal attention.
I've been taking private lessons for a couple months. I'm happy to report that my awareness of breath & ease of singing is improving tremendously.
Tyler Smith, singer/songwriter
I've been working with Becca for 2.5 years.
When I started, I did not have confidence in my voice, rarely sang for real, and when I did, it didn't feel that great because I sounded like an amateur.
Now I sing all the time, can belt out singing along at my favorite concerts the whole night, and feel really great about my voice.
Taking lessons with Becca has helped me build my confidence with my voice, which has in turn allowed me to write the music that I am truly meant to be making.
And if you're into either yoga or essential oils then you're in for a super treat.