• It is best to avoid rolling the lips over the teeth. Although there is no perfect way that is the same for everyone, ideally the lips stay aligned and forward and the Aperture Corners firm inwards horizontally and in the aaahoooh. Cheers

    Thank you, Mr. Spence. Most helpful.

  • jackearnhartmusic replied to the topic Throat in the forum WindWorks 5 years, 11 months ago

    This bad habit still occurs, not so much in stopping the air, but a way of providing compression.

    I would suggest you keep visualizing your body as a balloon. Hold your breath and only let your lips hold back the air. Your cheeks may puff out, let them. Do not let the throat engage at all. Release the air keeping the throat relaxed. Try this…

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  • jackearnhartmusic started the topic Throat in the forum WindWorks 5 years, 11 months ago

    Hello again.

    I find that with my abs totally relaxed, I can still close my throat. It seems the tongue isn’t what is holding the air back as a valve, it is the throat. Do you have any ideas on how to fix this?

  • When ascending, should one try to keep the lips even and on top of each other like saying TU and adjust the aperture corners from there, or does the lower lip roll in over the lower teeth creating an overlap?

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