Have you experienced any of the following with your voice?
✓ loss of or gaps in range
✓ loss of vocal flexibility
✓ loss of stamina and vocal fatigue
✓ loss of ability to sing either quietly or loudly
✓ changes to vibrato (faster, slower)
✓ changes in resonance (duller, shriller)
✓ voice quality affected following use
✓ aching or soreness in the vocal tract or external muscles
If you said yes to any of the above you may be experiencing a vocal health problem 😔
How can we help?
Ian and Omar qualified as two of Australia's first Vocal Health First Aiders
A Vocal Health First Aider is someone who has:
• An understanding of vocal health and the factors that can affect vocal wellbeing
• Practical skills to spot the signs of a range of vocal dysfunction and imbalance
• Knowledge to help someone towards recovery by
a) guiding them in self-management, or
b) passing them on to further support, whether that is specialist vocal rehabilitation coaching or clinical treatment
• An understanding of how to prevent vocal health issues from occurring in the workplace
"The first port of call for any voice user with a problem"
If you would like to book an appointment with please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and don't worry - if you can't make it to one of our physical studios we can still help you remotely/online!
This certification does not to endorse the awarded to carry out singing voice rehabilitation, but acts as Continuing Professional Development.
This award acts as the first of three tiers towards becoming a full Singing Voice Rehabilitation Specialist with Vocal Health Education.