A Professional Voice Practitioner is usually qualified at a Masters level and is disciplined in the healthy production of voice including anatomy, articulation, resonating chambers, pitch, tone, pace and volume, tension release, meditation and in some cases, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and hypnotherapy.
Releasing muscular tension, being mentally healthy and stable, and having a healthy aligned body helps voice production and vocal clarity as well as having a positive effect on mental well-being.
A Professional Voice Practitioner is sometimes called a vocal coach, which is a more recognised term when you are an actor or singer and are seeking help with preparing for an acting or singing role, whether in a theatre or on screen.
You may even be part of the corporate world or the church and need help in public speaking. We’re not all naturals at it, are we?
A Professional Voice Practitioner is conversant with voice pedagogy and has many skills and tools to help you be the best you can be. A Professional Voice Practitioner is committed to helping you maintain a healthy, efficient and effective voice.