I can’t remember when I started to have a conflict with my voice. As years passed, I realized that it had turned into a kind of rebellious resident, not accepting the orders from my mind. And so I started mistrusting it and when I felt betrayals coming, I kept it locked inside. One day Kim came into my world. “Shoes off, you need to feel the floor. Breathe and love the air that enters into your lungs: You are powerful.” By the end of the session, each one of us was singing a song by ourselves. My voice was flowing – powerful, beautiful, vibrating, truly mine. I’m understanding the depth of Kim’s teaching: Our voice is the reflection of our most authentic self. Kim guided us through the rediscovery using amazingly simple techniques, but of millennial wisdom in depth. This is a trait of true masters: making the difficult easy. And so is teaching the participants to love what they are learning. Thank you, Kim, for helping me to return to loving my voice.
Physician specializing in Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge, Barcelona
The Voice as a Resource & Communication Tool, Postgraduate in Women’s Leadership ESCI, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona