Los Angeles, California
∆ Voice Baths - sound bath with voice and singing bowls
∆ Embodied voice lessons
∆ Voice/ movement workshops.
Odeya Nini is a Los Angeles based contemporary vocalist, composer, yoga instructor and voice teacher. With 10 years of yoga teaching experience, she has finally united her two worlds of music and yoga in this unique experience of a Voice Bath. Her music spans orchestral pieces to solo vocal composition and sound installations. As a teacher she leads people on a journey to embody the voice through pure expression of sound and emotion, mind/ body centering, and freeing the voice in a therapeutic manner. Voice Baths and her solo artistic work have been heard from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv, Mongolia, Madagascar and Vietnam.
I believe in the power of the voice to transform ourselves and the way we interact with each other and the world. The voice is the most primal of instruments and can reveal and unravel so much if we listen to it and play with it. Since we all have a voice, and we all have a story, we are all candidates for being able to express uniquely with our instrument. At the forefront of vocal control is both subtle full bodied awareness and pure uninhibited fearless gesture.
The intelligence of play and the focus of listening and imagining are the paths leading to your true sound. I teach a therapeutic, embodied practice and support students in finding vocal strength and resonance through meditation, call and response, tuning, toning, theatrical exercises, improvising harmonies, melodies and songs.
My Voice Baths are an offering of my resonant vocal practice to soothe your ear and heart as you lay in meditation and journey to vocal vibration ~
∆ BFA in Vocal Performance
∆ The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
∆ MFA in Composition - California Institute of the Arts (Calarts)
∆ 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training
∆ School of Life - many years of experience singing, performing, traveling, dancing, practicing somatic work, teaching, yoga, challenges, successes, creativity.
Years In Practice