“Find Your Voice” is the name for the individual classes I run to help individuals activate their singing voice and/or improve their speaking voice. See below what makes people join these types of classes.

If You Were Told Not To Sing

Scientists from the Centre of Brain Research in New Zealand have carried out many experiments supporting the idea that humans have an innate ability to express themselves through singing. Though many people claim they cannot sing, this brain research points out that singing is as much a biological gift as speaking. So if you can speak, you can also learn how to sing – if you desire to do so…

I have lots of experience with people who call themselves non-singers. They are usually very open to the process of self-discovery and discovery of their singing voice. Though some people struggle with singing in tune, to begin with, this usually isn’t the main obstacle to them enjoying the vocal exercises. Intonation is something that develops over time when people learn how to connect with their voices. At the same time, basic ear-training is part of coaching non-singers.

If You Need To Sing/Speak As A Part Of Your Work

For many people, the voice is their main tool that allows them to perform their tasks at work. I’m talking about teachers and  instructors who need to give presentations on a regular basis. In my coaching practice, I meet yoga teachers, swimming instructors, nursery teachers, primary school teachers, and others who wanted to “improve” their voices for singing and/or speaking. Of course, before teaching any fundamental voice techniques, I take them through the process of “uncovering the voice.”

If You Want To Start Singing Again

Let’s say you want to join a singing group or choir, but you haven’t sung properly for years and your voice isn’t what it used to be. Re-discovering your singing voice will help you regain your confidence and find the courage to join whatever singing group you desire.