This course is one of the most in-depth voice therapy training courses that exists to date and comprises both active and passive elements. In a passive treatment the practitioner uses specific vocal techniques called ‘toning’ and ‘overtoning’ to affect the brain and nervous system, producing a therapeutic effect for the mind, body and emotions.
The active method uses different exercises incorporating movement, breath-work and visualisation. We also use a method of self-reflection and self-enquiry known as ‘The self - evaluation which helps us to understand the impact that our symptoms and/or life situation is having on us and empowers us to move forward in a life-affirming and positive way.
Exploring and practicing the latest developments in sound cognition, music psychology and medical ethno-musicology is a new and refreshing way to raise our vibrational frequency and ultimately better our lives.
Singing has been shown to increase salivary Immunoglobulin A – one of the body’s primary defence mechanisms, for example.(1) Although this is a 1-2-1 therapy course you are able to apply the techniques learned to groups as well, enabling you to work in a deep and potentially transformative way with a wide range health conditions.