The management, manipulation and rehabilitation of soft tissues of the body including muscles, tendons and ligaments.
Supporting vocal health, including vocal function and vocal rehabilitation by using manual therapy.
Do you suffer from vocal tension?
For singers, performers and public speakers – as well as teachers or anyone else whose career involves talking a lot – it’s vital to keep your voice healthy.
Vocal chords and the muscles surrounding them are as important to our health as any other muscle group in our body. If they’re overused or strained, vocal massage (sometimes called Laryngeal Therapy, Vocal Manual Therapy, or Laryngeal Manipulation) is a great way to relieve tension.
West-end performers swear by this technique which is why you will find most specialists located in the heart of London.
Andrew is proud to be one of the few vocal massage therapists outside of London offering this treatment. Andrews knowledge of how the voice is used means that he will adapt the treatment provided based on your requirements and what he finds during treatment.the treatment.
Why Vocal Massage?
Increased awareness of breathing
Relaxes the para-laryngeal structures
Restoring vocal function
Releases muscle tension
Reduces risk of injury
So what can you treat with Vocal Massage?
Muscle Tension Dysphonia
Loss of range
Jaw lock while singing
Increase lung capacity
Relieve tension in the Diaphragm
Relieve tension in the rib cage
Ready to voice your concerns?
Book an appointment online or speak to us direct to find out more.
Call. 01635 904 542
Call. 01488 493 014
Frequently Asked Questions
Please find below some of our frequently asked questions about our vocal massage therapy – you can find even more FAQs in our full FAQs section.
Vocal massage is a series of manoeuvres to relax the para-laryngeal structures with the aim of restoring vocal function.
Regular treatments may help identify early signs of vocal dysfunction or maladaptation and recalibrate your vocal mechanism to optimal condition, significantly reducing the likelihood of vocal injury.
Vocal Massage promotes circulation in the laryngeal area, and relieves discomfort associated with excess tension. Vocal Massage should result in reduction in height and stiffness of the larynx, as well as increase mobility and awareness of muscular tension. Once the larynx is “released” and range of motion is improved, a notable difference in vocal effort, quality, and vocal range should appear.
Essential for singers and performers of any level, including speakers and public speakers, or anybody suffering from muscle tension dysphonia. If you are putting your voice through stress on a regular basis, vocal massage is vital to ensure you can continue performing at your best and to prevent any serious conditions from arising in the future.
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