Laryngeal Bio-mechanics

      A Fantastic Study of Human Anatomy for

                   Singers and Speakers

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Using TORSO muscles  eliminates: 

  •         Vocal strain, sore throats and dysphonia

  •          Eliminates nodules and laryngeal pressure

  •          Increases vocal range

  • ​​         Improves tone for singers and speakers  ​


The vocal muscle cannot be strengthened by just singing and speaking.  Exercising torso muscle contraction, connects to the vocal muscle which enables laryngeal release and less pressure.

Pectoralis Major Muscle
Pectoralis Major Muscle

Using the Pectoralis Major muscle is great for taking away flaky and shaky sound/air, which is great for correcting Pitch and also achieving a better tone quality for the whole voice range.

 Latissimus Dorsi Muscle
Latissimus Dorsi Muscles

Utilising Latissimus Dorsi muscles removes pressure from the vocal muscle and therefore increasing

range with ease.


Helen is a Specialist in the Fundamentals of Physics of Sound regarding Anatomy of the Human Body

Teaching the curriculum known as Laryngeal Bio-mechanics.


No singing of unnecessary Scales 


Advance with backing tracks or own accompaniment 


Singing Sessions are Recorded (Pro Tools) Hear, See and Feel the difference


Lessons usually rotate fortnightly

$70 per hour/lesson



Authorised to teach the curriculum of internationally renowned 

Vocal Coach Cheryl McLeay (NZ.CCM:Q.S.M)


Regarding the Law of Sound, sound waves travel over air waves.  When we begin to understand the key thing is to learn, how to expel AIR properly by relaxing the Mouth and Jaw muscles.   The mouth and  nose is the portal by which we release AIR and how to produce a good sound. 

By using  torso body muscles, controls and stabilises the AIR, this produces the best tone quality naturally, increases range, no straining for notes, gives freedom from Laryngeal pressure, ultimately singing at your very BEST!  

Aligning the dynamics of Voice, with the Law of Sound & Human Anatomy, Helen is the link between the  Vocalist and the Sound Engineer, so YOU learn to EQ (Balance tones) your voice so the Sound Engineer doesn't have to!!

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  To increase your knowledge...

3 Singing Lesson Myths 

Singing Scales for Vocal Warm Ups?


Athletes don't just exercise to warm up 

they Stretch Muscles


Learn SILENT Vocal Muscle exercises to  

warm up and feel the "Wow” difference


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Singing from the Diaphragm?


The diaphragm is an involuntary muscle 

that is controlled by the brain.


Learn how torso muscles expel air better

and achieve a better tonal quality 


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Physics  =



Head Voice & Chest Voice?


                    Sound waves                   

 Air Waves


There is no AIR cavity in the

Head or the Chest



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