This practice is for anybody with a voice; chances are, that includes you. And when I say “sing,” I really mean make music with your voice, whatever happens to want to come out today. It may be songs you know, but more likely it’s a whole range of sounds you discover along the way.
A common question for people starting out with the Sing 15 practice is “What do I sing?” This is a great question and points to how we are accustomed to singing something that is pre-existing. We sing songs that we know. Songs from sheet music. Musical scales. We sing vocal exercises from a teacher or a book.
Find a private space, or as private as you can. This practice is about unfolding the many facets of your voice, and for many of us, that can be a tender process. Most of us feel freer to explore if we aren’t conscious of others hearing us (especially those whom we are closest to).