Voice Training for Teachers
Specific training for the ongoing voice demands of teachers. Learn how the voice works, how to use practical strategies to help support your voice, how to safely project your voice and how to repair it if things go wrong.
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What the program involves
Learn the basics to help in any situation. The fundamentals of anatomy and physiology will shed light on how the voice works, it's strengths and limitations and learn to identify when somethings not right and what to do about it.
For professional voice users such as teachers, vocal hygiene is an everyday important practice. We'll teach you about hydration, environmental factors and everyday activities that influence your voice efficiency.
Over the years we've collated and developed many voice techniques to help repair many voices. There are many simple strategies to help with rough, breathy voices or ones that disappear over night. We use simple tools that help remedy an abused voice that can be repeated over a lifetime.
We give practical instructions on how to project your voice in a safe and comfortable way. No singing experience needed, we give you step by step strategies to project to the back of the room or to the back of the school playground. It's the most fun part of the program.
How to get
Send your enquiries to: email@example.com
Find out more about your voice at our dedicated voice site. The Masters of Voice.
Why choose David?
David has been a practicing Speech Pathologist for almost 20 years. With a vast experience in voice care and treatment. In his previous life he studied a BA in Music with a Singing Major using the Estill Voice Method. Finally, he has spent many years working with people with Dysphagia (swallowing difficulties). Why does this matter?
“The same instrument that we use to talk, is the same one that allows us to sing, to breath and to swallow. With each area of study and practice brings insight and strategies you never would have thought of.” David B.