We are practicing alternative internal medicine while advocating the assurance of the best speaking/singing voice & nevertheless, non-surgical voice repair.
We Got This!!
The Vocal Science™ Method is built on the laws of physics and geometry.
In fact, in order for the figure skater to achieve the above-mentioned jumps, they will have to take off of the ice (not with the ice, which sometimes happens), in order to achieve the needed height for the triple or quad; and then maintain the complete centre while taking off and landing those jumps.
Taking the above fact for consideration, my first priority is to assess the person as a whole. Believe it or not, any person’s voice is the least of my concern…, because, if that person is completely intact (in balance and fitness between mind, body and motor skills), our success will be inevitable whereas, no doubt, the human voice will work to its absolute maximum capacity possible. In a majority of cases, the voice damage occurs specifically because of the lack of understanding of how the human body (and voice, for that matter) are designed to work.
People have very bad postures; they are not familiar with the parameters of their body; they have no idea how to project their voice to be heard while, concurrently, not to ruin their vocal anatomy, or at least avoid the pain and strain.
Now, since our society is completely non-physical, it is becoming exponentially worse. It is extremely hard to attend to one’s voice when that person is completely out of balance on every conceivable level… The humans are now way too busy sitting at their computers and “smart” phones checking and conversing on Facebook & other destructive social media platforms… Also, to elaborate further, I’ve just heard on the radio that the average size of a women’s dress use to be considered size 10 to12. Today, via thorough research, it was detected that the dress size moved up to size 16 and even 18…!!
- Put your computer mouse away and go for a walk.
- Watch the food which you put in your mouth
- Go for a walk at every available moment
- Stop your bad habits (smoking, drinking, drugs, etc..)
- Watch your voice while speaking and singing - Don’t scream and force your voice under any circumstances
- And lastly, do not EVER attempt any singing if you are sick with a cold or have a virus of any sort