Laryngeal Bio-mechanics


Your Voice, Your Style, Your sound!


I find singers are often frustrated with limited vocal range, tonal quality and sore throats from straining.


Laryngeal Bio-mechanics offers you a programme that will help with all these issues and more, with inclusive individual vocal guidance in technique and craft for competent performance.


You will learn how Latissimus dorsi muscles in the body will help stabilise the expelling of air flow and developing amazing control.


Goals are achieved through understanding how the human body produces sound.  Learning physics, frequencies of sound and how the anatomy and kinetics of torso muscles in the body help support the vocal muscle to produce a better tonal quality with air and ultimately longevity of voice without the risk of vocal damage, vocal nodules and range restriction.


It is exciting to have the approval of doctors and otolaryngologists support this teaching, because the vocal muscle is not overloaded.





There is a vast difference in learning to build the voice with PHYSICAL EXERCISE and the ordinary teaching of warming up with oral exercises by singing scales etc.  Although scales, trills or roulades are great for achieving accuracy of tone they can do little good if the vocal muscles are weak and not developed.  When you understand that human sound is creating a vibration carried on air, how can singing, warm up a voice?  Only by using physical exercises to build strength and gain full BALANCED control of the vocal muscle together with body muscles can a real voice be developed.

Eugene Feuchtinger, Why Voice Students Fail. Copyright, 1932 By Perfect Voice Institute (paraphrases used)


Coaching this way will preserve the natural individuality of your voice, but also developing:


• Strength

• Power

• Tonal quality 

• Extension of vocal range.  


Goals are achieved through a comprehensive training program, rotated fortnightly, learning knowledge based on the physics of sound and the anatomy of the body.  Knowledge that will enable you to understand how your voice really works and have complete understanding of why body placement is important.  This will mobilise you to be the best vocalist you can be whatever vocal style you are.  Learning that it is not about the notes you sing but about what the notes NEED to be the best they can be.


If you are a singer in Vocal Performance, A talented beginner, Lecturer or Presenter, learn how you can strengthen your voice  by using body muscle  and discover your full potential.


Helen is a specialist in rotational body singing also known as Laryngeal Bio-mechanics.  Learn about the mechanical workings of the Larynx and the connecting mechanisms that make up the dynamics of the human voice.

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