host a workshop or class

It will be my joy and privilege to enhance your next group gathering. I lead group singing at:

  • Birthday parties and weddings
  • Master classes for choruses
  • Ice-breakers, harmonic teambuilding and leadership development workshops at corporate events.
  • Classes and assemblies at schools.
  • Vocal explorations within yoga and dance workshops and retreats.

Pricing depends on the location and type of offering - contact me for details.

If you'd like to personally host a Rise Up Singing Community Singing circle in your home, get commitments from at least eight participants and contact me to select a date.

Educators and choral directors: I am available to help you apply for grant or private funding to cover my services.

Call Lisa at 831-917-2474 or email


"I met Lisa several years ago when I was teaching a week-long course at Esalen. So, when I knew I would be offering a month-long Esalen session in January 2012, I called her immediately for assistance. I asked her to help my new group get literally 'tuned up' and more harmonized with each other. She did a spectacular session with the group. So much so that I asked her to return to warm us up at the beginning of our eight hour intensive. I spoke to her about how the group was doing and what issues they were facing and she brought all that was needed into the room for us in a applicable and inspiring way. I cannot recommend her work highly enough."

Sheila Ramsey
Founder of Personal Leadership: Making A World of Difference

"We invited Lisa Goettel to our company for one of her workshops. The concepts which Lisa uses to relate singing to how teams can work better together are very interesting and relevant. She is effective coach in front of more than 60 managers."

Don Chan, Senior Vice President at Synopses in Silicon Valley

"What a special evening. Thank you for adding your extra specialness with song. EVERYONE enjoyed the singing part. Beautiful."

Kim Merkin, after faciliating at her birthday party


I want to sing like the bird sings, not worrying who listens or what they think. - Jelaludding Rumi