Do you lose your voice easily or does your throat feel strained after talking to a large audience? Imagine a day without your voice. Your voice is a vital asset in conveying your thoughts, emotions and everyday needs. Caring for your voice is important to prevent stress or injury to the fragile folds of muscles that create our voice – vocal folds. Our signature Voice Program helps you to identify tension in the voice, develop good vocal habits, and to bring out a resonant voice without vocal strain.
Vocal assessment and training offered:
A full computerized spectrum voice analysis (Voiceprint)
Perceptual vocal analysis including pitch range, loudness and endurance.
Take this quiz to find out if voice training is for you:
– My voice makes it difficult for people to hear me (croaky, hoarse or very breathy vocal quality).
– I tighten my throat or speak in a higher pitched voice when I am nervous.
– I tend to lose my voice temporarily after shouting or after a long day at work.
– My throat feels sore, tired or strained after talking in front of a large audience.
– I have the feeling of something “stuck” in the back of my throat.
– My voice tends to get better in the morning and progressively worse in the evening.
If you have answered “Yes” to two or more questions, a detailed voice assessment and evaluation is highly recommended.