This is Fit for the StageTM

The Mind-Body Singers’ Program.

Have you struggled with nerves, doubt, or negative self-talk, or lose memory or focus on stage?

Do you find it hard to stay healthy in a run of performances?

Have you wanted to improve your physical condition to meet your busy schedule but don’t know where to start?

There is a new way.

We offer an innovative holistic mind-body training program that’s specifically designed for vocalists.


Find out more about our presentations, and how they can help you!


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“My focus is better. I love the approach to breathing; focusing on different parts in succession. It’s quick, easy, and I can do it anywhere. It feels like my body’s automatic reminder to get grounded.”

“The NLP portion in particular has transformed my approach to the stage. Now with just a bit of prep, before and when I sing, I know how to get in the zone every time.”

“I’m excited about getting into better shape for singing, and now I know how. Love the take-home materials. Highly recommend this workshop!”

“The anchoring exercise is definitely one that I’ll use before I sing. Leigh really breaks down the whole mind-body process, step by step, to show you how to give your very best on stage.”

“Fit for the Stage is like a tune-up geared toward preparation for singing on stage. If you have any doubt about your impact, or lack consistency in your performance, this workshop is a must.”


Fit for the Stage encompasses a live workshop series that introduces singers to invaluable techniques, both mental and physical, to consistently optimize their singing performance.

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Fit for the Stage2 days ago
Push vs Flow...
Do you tend to flow pretty well, and need a good kick in the pants when it's time to get going?
Or do you have a tendency toward activity, movement and ideas, and have a hard time settling into 'being' over 'doing'? If you have a balance of the two, you've either worked at it, or you're one of the rare ones. In my work with fitness clients, I found most of us have a tendency one way or the other. Once you know yours, it's far easier to reach your goals, small and large.
To feel confident, prepared, and connected to your audience while on stage, practice achieving what you consider to be a positive state more consistently. Then bring it on stage with you. Not only will you enjoy your experience on stage far more, so will your audience. Remember, your perception is your projection!
Fit for the Stage
Fit for the Stage2 weeks ago
Sneak preview of my podcast with the Conditioned Musician, David Cartolano last week...
Fit for the Stage
Fit for the Stage3 weeks ago
Had a blast podcasting (is that a word?) with this guy @theconditionedmusician today. We will share it ASAP... We spoke about all things wellness for singers, and about ‘not bringing your baggage on stage’. 😜❤️ Thanks for having me, David! 🙌🏼
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Fit for the Stage4 weeks ago
❤️💥 Zactly.
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Fit for the Stage4 weeks ago
Sick again?
Head over to the blog to hear how mushrooms can up your game, my friend! <3
Fit for the Stage
Fit for the Stage1 month ago
Very excited to share about an inspiring day, working with this amazing crew of singers who dove in to expand their minds, connect, elevate their health and fitness, learn new tools, and make music!The workshop Sunday was such a fun, energizing and transformational experience for these singers. What a gift it is for me to do this work!! I’ll do it again and again to see results such as these! 🤩🙏🏻❤️🎙


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