This course is an introduction to discover the potential of your voice, and to work towards it's next gear. Firstly, it is important to understand that your voice is fine as it is.
NEW: Discover Your Voice Workshop
Saturday 27th July 2019, 10am - 4pm
Venue: In Tune, The Storey Institute, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1TH
Tickets per person £75.00 (Bookings and payments close promptly at 5pm, Thursday 25th July 2019)
Only 8 Places to ensure supportive environment (min of 4 required to run)
Discover your voice’s potential, find and free your voice and begin practising exercises to get the most from it!
An introductory workshop for those who want to learn about their voice and how they can begin to use it more effectively for creative or professional development.
This session covers the introductory work for voice work and the beginnings of exploration of building your voice skills. Perfect for those who want to find and free their voice and those wanting to grow in confidence with their voice.
The course is delivered as a highly practical and interactive workshop and group sizes are kept small, around 8, people to ensure that everyone gets chance to explore their voice’s potential on the day.
It is designed to equip you to learn and begin to practise skills needed to find and free your voice and/or to begin building skills to use your voice more effectively, confidently and with greater impact.
You will be working in pairs and in small groups in order to practise the exercises and delivery back to the whole group at regular intervals.
How to book
To book your place, click here and fill out the 'contact us' information with your email and mobile telephone number. Do include a brief message that you would like to book on this course and I will send out an email with booking form and payment details. Once payment received, I will confirm your place. Please read FAQ's.
Who this workshop is for:
Love Your Voice
14th February 2019
Voice Tips Blog
Love your voice. It's the only one you've got. Take care of it. Warm it up if you’re using it often throughout your day. Love it at its worst, at its best and in-between. If you regularly have trouble with your voice, go get it checked by a laryngologist (via your GP). If you’re just not really in love with your voice, think about times you don't really dwell on it and those times you do not love it.
What is happening in the situations where you’re not dwelling on it?
Are you happy and relaxed working a job you like, or at home with family and friends just chilling out?
What is happening when you’re noticing you’re not loving it?
Are you working in a new job that you’re getting used to? Feeling like your voice is letting you down? Are you talking to a room full of students or conference delegates and struggling to be heard, or your voice is cracking? Do you think your voice is too high or too low? I could go on, but I've a busy afternoon ahead so I'll be brief (ish).
1. Release… let go… and love it
World Smile Day
5th October 2018
It's World Smile Day today - Smile and the whole world smiles with you! Smiling not only shows others that you are feeling happy, it also helps your voice sound great too!
If you would like to find out more about how I can help you make your voice sound amazing, please get in touch.
For more information on the services I offer in relation to this or other posts, please contact me to book your Voice Work Consultation.
Teresa May's Speech: When Your Voice Lets You Down
5th October 2017
What a voice nightmare! This is not something you want to happen to you if you have an important speech to make. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-41503413
There are things you can do pre-speech to help if you do have a tickly cold, but not much you can do during if the tickle gets you like it seems here. Plus, the heckler could have made it much worse - and heightened her emotion (fight or flight) during her speech. Not pleasant for anyone.