It is imperative that you sing with correct postural alignment. There are five elements I’d like you to focus on:
Feet in parallel. Stand up and look down at your feet. You should see your feet in a parallel position, drawing the number 11 on the floor. Many of us are standing in a turned-out or turned-in position always. I tend to see turned-out legs more frequently; this is not a great idea when it comes to breathing. In your lower back, your pelvis meets your spine at what’s called the sacroiliac joint. If you stand with your hips turned out, you tighten that joint, and your breath doesn’t drop as low as it should.
Pelvis in neutral. Look at your pelvis sideways in a mirror. Many of us are either standing