Training the voice

Training the voice

Speech Training

For peo­p­le that speak often in their work envi­ron­ment, it is very important for them to excer­cise their voice, or „instru­ment“. A very important the­me is rela­xa­ti­on. How do you find the pos­si­bi­li­ty, with the least amount of stress, to employ your voice, and to pro­tect it at the same time. Both pro­tec­tion and rela­xa­ti­on are but only one side of the coin. Through Voice and Speech trai­ning, this very important resour­ce can be con­sider­a­b­ly extended.


Essentials to vocalisation

  • the lungs, respon­si­ble for respiration
  • the lary­nx and the vocal chords, respon­si­ble for the sound generation
  • the mouth and the pha­ry­nx, respon­si­ble for the for­ma­ti­on and arti­ku­la­ti­ons of speech
  • the many dif­fe­rent mus­cles that are respon­si­ble for joi­ning the­se four voca­lizati­on motors together.

Voice Development –
Broadening your vocal resources

The Voice is not a sepe­ra­te organ, but rather a coope­ra­ti­on of your thoughts with the mus­cles and organs of your body. All of the­se things are trainable. Your voice does’nt have to remain how it is fore­ver. The voice can be trai­ned; it can be done just like a sport.

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