Your voice... heard!


Lucy is a vocal specialist who will work with you to develop and strengthen your voice, coaching techniques for you to use it effectively in your professional setting.


Professional Voice Users: 

If you use your voice on a daily basis as part of your job, you are classed as a Professional Voice User:

Teachers, Managers, Sales, Customer Service

Are you having problems with...? Volume, tone, breathiness, hoarseness, difference in quality, frequent loss of voice, mono-tonal qualities, straining when speaking, nervousness effecting vocal production, lack of confidence when presenting or in interviews


Voice work can help you to re-balance, building strength, flexibility and resonance in your speaking voice. We will discuss good vocal health, working together to devise a series of practical exercises for you to do at home or at work before you use your voice.


Learn to understand your voice, how everyday life and stress can have an effect on it or inhibit confident voice production, then rediscover your confidence.

For Actors and Performers: 

Voice work is a daily practice at drama school and is of utmost importance if you want to become a well rounded actor. Everything is connected and influences on vocal production ultimately impact on your characters and their intentions.

Inspired by practitioners such as Barbara Houseman, Cicely Berry, Kristin Linklater, Michael McMillan and Gillyanne Keyes we will build awareness of body, breath, energy and emotional centres. We will look to eradicate unwanted tension blockages in the body to allow a more efficient flow of energy and sound, improve diction, clarity, grounding, projection, resonance, accent work and confidence in your voice. 


If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact me - 30-min consultations free of charge.

** If you are worried about your vocal health, ie you have pain, inflammation, a constant lump in your throat when you swallow, extreme breathiness etc. I would advise seeing your GP and being referred to a Vocal Clinician such as a Speech and Language Therapist/ENT who specialise in the voice. 


Scholes, Holmfirth, UK


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