Essentials For Singers & Speakers 


This is a flagship course designed both for beginners who would like to learn how to maximize and preserve their voice, and for those who need reminders of basic elements that will further improve their vocal health. Our secrets and advice are laid out for you in this easy-to-follow course that will take your vocal abilities to the next level!

Why Singing?

  • Singing has a whole range of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health benefits.

  • Singing is a 'happy pill' that is both positive and uplifting, whether you sing with others or solo.

  • Whether you are forming a bond with other people or your religious beliefs, singing can help with the process.

  • From the health perspective, there are numerous benefits, including cardiovascular and respiratory fitness.

  • Singing can improve your sleep patterns, relieve depression and significantly reduce stress levels.

  • Studies have shown that your brain function will improve when you sing, particularly memory function.

  • Singing can lower your blood pressure and even block pain.

  • Intelligence and energy levels can be positively affected by singing, as well as enhanced levels of focus.

  • Studies have shown that in a NICU, ailing enfants respond well to music and singing, and often heal quicker.

  • Singing has been shown to be an amazing social connector.

Whatever your reasons for learning to sing or speak correctly, the fact remains that when we sing or speak to people the right way, we can change the world around us for the better, and begin to feel good about the world and ourselves!

Why Speaking?

  • Public speaking is a great way to communicate what you want to say, but if you move from one speaking engagement/virtual event to another in quick succession, then you run the risk of vocal fatigue.

  • The hub of your voice is your vocal cords which function using tiny muscles in the larynx. These muscles can and do tire, especially if you don't know how to pace yourself and learn to produce heathier sounds.

  • In today's world, speaking clearly and articulately has never been more important both in person and in a virtual environment.

  • Whether you are a guest speaker at an in person event or running a workshop/webinar online, you need to make yourself understood, to get your points across with clarity and purpose.

  • People with monotone voices and inarticulate, hesitant speech patterns will inevitably lose their audience very quickly.

  • If speakers take the trouble to learn to  be more articulate and to use their voice in a more efficient way, they will not only maintain the interest of their audience, but will actually grow their audience.

  • With current technology, the use of high tech microphones and a sound system will allow you to be heard. However, whatever sound you produce, whether strong and firm or hesitant and weak, that sound is what your audience will hear.

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