SoulSong 9 Week Course



Reclaiming Connection, Creativity & Courage

SoulSong is an immersion program and an invitation into a new vocal embodiment learning. This revolutionary training supports the unfoldment of your voice body soul connection, and the evolution of communication for both personal and professional upliftment, freedom of expression, and soul alignment.



A 9 Week Course and Community

for Creatives, Change-makers, and those in Transition

Led by Sunday Muse and Special Guests

April 14 – June 9, 2022

Thursdays, 3 – 5:30pm PST / 6 – 8:30pm EST

All are welcome ~ no prior voice or singing experience needed

Do you dream of bringing your gifts to the world
but find yourself feeling blocked out of fear, overwhelm, or self doubt?

Your vocal tension and holding has information for you
about your path, purpose, and health.

SoulSong is your guide to crossing over a threshold in your life, shedding an old self-image, dealing with loss, and making a real change. It is the support you need to overcome immobility and embrace your transformation. Together, in this vocal embodiment training, we embark on an exploration to reclaim innocence of the body, the voice, and our honest expression.

SoulSong helps you free your voice so
you can come out of hiding
and step onto a clearer path and into your true potential.

Yes, you have a SoulSong… everyone does

Finding your SoulSong will

Awaken your deeper presence and truth
Encourage your expression and embodiment
Reveal a clear path forward in your life

Yes, you have a SoulSong… everyone does

Finding your SoulSong will

your deeper presence and truth
your expression and embodiment
a clear path forward in your life

How do I find my SoulSong?

This Course Shows You How To

  • Open your voice and cultivate authentic presence
  • Build momentum in your creative expression
  • Ground the body & calm the nervous system
  • Reconnect to your joy & playfulness
  • Unblock your truth and bravely usher you out of hiding
  • Transform belief systems from early life that are holding you back
  • Explore the art of silence and receptivity
  • Breathe to your full capacity
  • Release tension to find connection and ease in communication
  • Get comfortable with you as you are
  • Unlock and enrich your authentic speaking voice
  • Use ancient techniques to re-form your relationship to stress
  • Develop a writing practice from the Soul
  • Deepen awareness by attuning to environmental soundscapes
  • Embrace “imperfections” as part of the process
  • Grow a virtual community centered around freedom of expression
  • Weave the Sacred into your body and into your daily life
  • Discover the healing capacity of sound and the power of your voice

Ready to go deeper into your heart and stronger into the world?

the soulsong begins as a sound that emerges
gently quietly softly from its hiding place in the body
hardly forced, yet hesitant at first
often with no words
yet with immense feeling
and textures of silky effervescent waters
gushing down the back body
warming all that has been chilled for so long
and gaining momentum as it travels through the body
until it finds itself
its melody
its home
the trees know it
the breeze knows it
the birds know it
and now is your time
to taste your one true thing
to sing your song.
~ Sunday Muse

What You’ll Receive

  • 9 Weekly Live Virtual Workshops via Zoom
  • Monthly Guest speakers who move and inspire
  • Encouraging and interactive exercises to get your creative juices flowing
  • Generative practices to cultivate your connection to your Soul’s Voice
  • Body-centered and soulful invitations to bring your whole system online
  • Weekly prompts and guidance on how to develop your own creative process through Vocal Imprint Journaling
  • Soul Soundtrack recordings for personal development
  • Connection to a global community of resonant artists, seekers, healers, activists and more
  • Opportunities to relate and share with peers for support, reflection and perspective
  • Access to workshop recordings so you can review at your own pace
SoulSong attends to your unique individual process within the group. You’ll also receive support for your burning questions, your tender zones, and your reach for inspiration.

Want to join us for a season of soulfulness?

About Your Guide

As an award-winning voice actress, singer, and composer, Sunday Muse has been featured in various forms of media. Some noteworthy appearances include: ABC, FOX, PBS, The Holi Yoga Festival in Los Angeles, Toronto Film Festival, National Arts Centre, DuMaurier Centre Toronto, Tarragon Theatre, Second City Toronto, and Yuk Yuk’s.

As a soulful vocal mentor, Sunday has dedicated herself to helping others come out of vocal hiding and into their full expression and embodiment. She has taught voice and movement across North America, at NYU, Mallorca Holistic Retreat, National Theatre School, Covenant House for street youth, JCC NYC and Children’s Theater Company. Her movement and voice workshops have been featured in the Huffington Post.

Sunday Muse

My Story

The thing about me is that I’m an artist and a healer. Despite decades of professional success, I found the entertainment industry stifling to my spirit and I eventually became burnt out from trying to trade one part of myself for another.

After years of health related struggles, I came to intimately understand how vital it was to slow down, anchor into my body, restore my spiritual life, and find the right mentor to guide me through that transition. Through my immersion in various healing modalities, I have found a deeper voice within, a living truth that longs for freedom, and a powerful attunement to my spiritual life.

I now live as a bridge between inner and outer worlds. Yes, I’m a successful professional AND I’m also an artist, a mentor, and a soulful healer with a rich inner life. I’m a sifter, a glider, a shapeshifting rider.

I’ve mapped out the connection from body to voice, from voice to soul. I help take all the goo, all the trauma, all of the static, and carve out a safe place for you to find your ground, anchor your truth, and reconnect to your aliveness.

Together, we will work from the inside out to release the tension and blocks in your voice, in your body, and in your life.

Ready to bridge your inner and outer worlds?

Special Guest Teachers

Allyson Woodroofe

Allyson Woodrooffe

Allyson is the co-director, with Philip Shepherd, of The Embodied Present Process. She is also a certified Co-Active Professional Coach. She bring the strengths of both modalities and her own natural compassion and intuition to the work she does, which is dedicated to helping women move into an embodied clarity in which anxiety is eased and a grounded resilience discovered. She is also a photographer, a filmmaker, an award-winning graphic designer, and occasional poet.

Brian D Mahan

Brian D Mahan, SEP

Brian is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, specializing in working with anxiety, PTSD, developmental trauma, shock trauma and Shame. He is certified in The Lyon/Rubin method for Healing Shame. He is an author and educator in the field of healing Shame and Trauma.His new book, I Cried All the Way to Happy Hour – A trauma survivor’s guide to profound and long-lasting healing will be available in February 2022. He has been featured on several podcasts including Gabby Bernstein’s Dear Gabby & Maria Menounos’s Better Together. @briandmahansep

Gary Diggins

Gary Diggins

Gary has maintained a private practice as an expressive arts practitioner for over four decades. His work blends therapeutic soundscapes with cognitive practices such as mindfulness. As an educator, Gary teaches in the Expressive Arts Department of Fleming College and lectures at various learning institutes. Gary’s latest book is entitled Soundwork as Soulwork – Cultivating Wellbeing through Sonic Rituals. Gary performs as a cornet player and multi- instrumentalist. He also plays a range of acoustic instruments collected from around the world and has contributed to dozens of recordings and film scores. His musical collaborations have taken him to India, Israel, Europe, South Korea, and throughout North America. For further detail, go to:
Jeff Bird

Jeff Bird

Jeff is a composer, producer, experimental film maker and performance artist. ​He is best known for his long time association with Cowboy Junkies. His multi- instrumental talents can be heard on the legendary recording The Trinity Session and many other Cowboy Junkies’ albums. He tours extensively with them throughout the world and has performed with them in such venerable venues as the Royal Albert Hall, Carnegie Hall , Massey Hall. Television appearances include Saturday Night Live, Late Night with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson as well as Jay Leno and the contemporary The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. In 2019 Jeff with Cowboy Junkies was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Jeff’s latest project FELIX ANIMA explores the music of 12th century mystic Hildegard von Bingen through his love of the harmonica.

What People Are Saying

Monica Sanjur

First, I want to thank you for an amazing session. It was groundbreaking and I felt so connected to the whole group! I haven’t felt that elated and free in such a long time. It really confirmed for me that I’m on the right path. Opening up has been hard for me my whole life but I feel safe in this group. More so than in others I have been in. It truly is an ideal community. I started doing the vocal journaling and that is a game changer for me! Journaling usually gets things out of my system and de escalates anxiety but this was like popping a balloon! Using my voice in these various ways is a totally new experience for me and a very healing one.

Monica Sanjur

Wow, best money that I’ve spent! I’ve grown not only in the work we did, but as my own person. I’ve discovered who I am and what I can offer to everyone else. I’m pretty pumped about this course! Sometimes we don’t do things because they are financial decisions but I am really happy that I didn’t let that stand in my way as it was really really powerful.

Darlene Francis
Alana Elmer

I am in a place in my life where I want to be living/working/being in my whole self. Have those things line up in what I choose to put my energy towards.

This class, meeting you and all these glorious people has truly changed my perspective on myself and I can feel this space kinda open up around me…it’s such a beautiful gift. It’s a feeling I wish for everyone

Alana Elmer

This was big for me because for so long I used to hide my voice; to allow it to come through without manipulating and to be in safe space where I could fully let go was a huge gift. It was also incredibly beautiful to hear everyone else’s authentic voice come through. I resonate with your work on so many levels; the spiritual, the divine, the playfulness, the voice and body connection. The shamanic quality to your container is exactly what I look for in the workshops I take. I was fed in many ways. This work is wanted and needed and you are a spectacular guide. Thank you.

Christina Dunbar

After your course, I felt many pieces of me that I have discarded all of my life, naturally finding their way Home.  My integration right now is prolific, and you were the perfect Guide. I was being “taught” how to begin to safely claim all of these parts of me back.

Lori Santo

SoulSong Tools & Practices

  1. Improvisational Sounding:
    Learn how to expand your capacity for freedom, broaden your range of expression, and make more room for the creative process to emerge
  2. Chanting:
    Explore the ways rhythmic sounds can calm the nervous system, open the heart, and weave deeper connection to the Soul
  3. Writing and Vocal Journaling:
    Bridge awareness from mind to your Soul Voice by building a living conversation between your internal process and external practices
  4. Movement:
    Relish in the realm of the senses by navigating the intersection of body with heart, mind and spirit. Come home inside your skin to help anchor your expression to the core.
  5. Dreamwork: 
    Contemplate specific dream symbols and characters through guided vocalizations and movement. Lean into the wisdom and guidance that your dreams offer to your creative expression.
  6. Guided Inquiry:
    Allow yourself to be gently held, fully supported, and lovingly guided through your transformational process.

Are you craving real tools to build momentum?


What if I can’t make one of the classes? Will there be a recording?2022-03-24T01:58:18-04:00

Yes, recordings will be sent to those who are unable to attend a class.

Can I still benefit from the course if I miss any of the live sessions?2021-11-21T21:24:37-05:00

Yes. If you miss any classes, we will send you the recording to listen/watch, You will still get the teaching on your own time, and can submit questions to address live in the next class. We will also have a private Facebook group for participants to interact with myself and with the class community.
It is highly recommended that you attend as many live interactive sessions as possible to get the full benefits of connecting with others and sharing your voice. Please feel free to email your questions to Sunday to answer on the live calls (send to: ). You can work with this course material at the time that is most convenient for you.

What is Soulsonging?2022-01-06T22:36:01-05:00

Soulsonging is the art of becoming through your voice. Soulsonging opens up your full vocal expression and allows for a more ‘real’ you to emerge. When we invoke our Soulsong, we welcome into our lives a whole terrain of new sounds, melodies and awareness of our speaking voice that may be unfamiliar to us, but very familiar and necessary for our Soul’s expression. Soulsonging bridges the space between the inner and outer world and invites the soul to reveal its beauty through song. It may arise as a little repetitive sound or a soothing melody, a soft voice. Its focus is ‘allowing,’ vs performing.

How much time will I need to devote to the course?2021-10-15T17:26:44-04:00

 2.5 hrs/week with about an hour of reflective time between classes.

Will I be expected to sing in front of people?2021-11-21T01:30:56-05:00

There will be opportunities to share what’s emerging for you vocally during the course, but there is no requirement to sing in front of anyone.

This is not a performance class at all. The focus is on your voice emerging in a way that feels natural in your body. The classes will open up your speaking voice immensely. There is no goal or pressure to sing.

Do I need to be a singer to take this course?2021-10-15T17:25:11-04:00

No, not at all. While there will be space for singers to deepen their connection to their voices, the actual focus of the course is on the voice, so singing is not an essential skill to have to participate.

Is this course for women only?2021-11-21T01:36:42-05:00

No. This course welcomes anyone who feels called to connect more deeply to their soul through their voice.

Are you tired of being burned out
but not sure how to make a real change?

It’s time to get in the body.
Create the space to tune in and feel what’s frozen.
Let the voice express out loud in this moment.
And let it be messy, wild and free.
Unwind and release tension.

It’s time to come out of hiding.
Tell your story.
Spin a web of beauty
from all the inner work you’ve done.

Are you ready to embody your authentic voice
and freedom of expression?

All are welcome ~
no prior voice or singing experience needed.

Course dates:

April 14 – June 9, 2022

Thursdays, 3 – 5:30pm PST / 6 – 8:30pm EST

Sign up now for the Early Songbird Discount

Investment: Early Bird $1197 (by March 1st) / regular $1333

PLEASE send an email to: once you have made a payment.

*Please view the Cancellation Policy below.

*Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel for any reason and I can find a person to take your spot, I will refund the amount paid minus a $50 administration fee. If I cannot find a person to take your spot, there are no refunds; however, you can transfer your paid spot to someone else, so you can send a friend or family member to the course instead.

Bird photo by Alex Dawson

“How can I sigh it? I fear it may
Mingle with earthly ether;
To whom shall I sing it? It dwells
In the house of my soul, in fear of
Harsh ears”.

~ Khahil Gibran

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