Kaitie Ty Warren is a songleader, community builder, teacher, writer, artist and performer. She has a long history in stage performance, has been writing stories since before she could spell, has worked in film and television, made substantial collage and visual artwork, and recorded four audiobooks.
After college she lived for 9 months in the Negev Desert of Israel on a playwrighting scholarship; more recent adventures include RYT200 Yoga Teacher training at Core Power Yoga (which paved the way for teaching much more than yoga), and the Ubuntu Choirs Network Community Choir Leadership Training in 2016. She also has studied and uses American Sign Language in her work.
Passionate about waking people up to their joyful potential in body, voice and harmony, Kaitie is dedicated to creating safe, communal spaces for humans of all ages to play and get silly together while creating beautiful music.
She teaches speech for people with Parkinson’s (visit Be Heard! Voice for Parkinsons), hosts community singing groups (visit TheLivingRoomChoir.com), and teaches individual lessons for singing and vocal presence. She loves working with people whose vocal relationships are in need of repair and encouragement, and believes everyone can find a way to feel safe being vocally expressive if they’re given the right time and patience.