It’s never too late to pursue your passion for singing!

You’ve paid your dues. The kids are grown. Your finances are in order. It’s your time to explore a new avenue for purpose and pleasure. 

Did you know that the same persistence you used to perfect your golf swing can be used to perfect your singing? 

You don’t have to be born with it. Like any physical talent, you can develop the muscles and motor skills necessary for great singing by working out your voice correctly and consistently over time.

That’s where the Singer-Athlete online membership program comes in. Membership is fun, easy, and has all the tools and knowledge you need to become the singer you long to be.  

And, if you want to supercharge your progress, combine membership with weekly lessons where you get real-time feedback and advice directly from me at a member discount.

I’m ready to be a Singer-Athlete

How does Singer-Athlete membership work?

After you sign up, you’ll receive a username and password, which you can then you on the Member Portal page. From that page, you can access the libraries and courses whenever you want.

Is there a membership trial period?

New members have 7 days from the date of purchase to request and receive a full refund.

Why are members called Singer-Athletes?

Because training your voice is about building muscles, developing motor skills, and staying in shape through regular workouts – like an athlete. And that’s what membership provides!

How much time should I practice each week?

For building muscle and motor habits, members should try to practice a minimum of 3 times per week for 30 to 45 minutes. 

What if I don’t experience any improvement?

If you follow the workout routines, starter course, and general advice given, it’s basically impossible to not improve. But if you’d like to speed up progress, reach out via the private Facebook page or schedule a single lesson with me for feedback and suggestions.

Should I wait until I’ve used the membership a while before trying a lesson with you?

It’s up to you when you feel ready for a one-on-one. Just know, that the sooner you get feedback, the faster your progress will likely be.

I’m afraid I’ll make a fool out of myself if I sing for you. What should I do?

It’s not possible. I’ve worked with hundreds of late-bloomer singers like you. My focus will always be on where you’re going, not where you are now.

Some people tell me I’m not hitting the right notes. Can membership help me with this?

There are many pitch-related exercises in the Singer-Athlete workout series. But pitch can be hard to pinpoint on your own. Members who want to improve pitch should ideally schedule a one-on-one lesson so I can give you specific feedback that you can then work with by yourself.

I purchased a month-to-month membership but would like to upgrade my membership length. Can I do that?

If after your first month of membership you wish to upgrade to either 6 or 12 months of membership, you can do so by paying the difference. Just reach out through the website.


I’m ready to be a Singer-Athlete

…I really can hear a huge improvement in everything….vocal range and quality in particular. Judy calls us vocal athletes to remind us the good singers are not born but MADE with practice. Try it, it’s also a lot of fun!.
Nanette AvrilGoogle Review
I have studied voice for many years, but get the most out of my time with Judy. Her approach works for all genres; jazz technique was greatly helped by Judy. AND it is always a fun, positive time with her.
Anne T
Anne TGoogle Review
…Judy is professional, practical, and funny as heck. She truly enjoys seeing her students grow!
Susan Walthour
Susan WalthourGoogle Review
I am a retired lady who has not sung since high school. I have learned so much in a short time and even my husband and choir mates have noticed the improvement.
Judy FGoogle Review
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