Set Your Voice Free !!

What Technique Do You Teach?

The Method I teach was developed in California and is based on the fact that "behind the great voice, is the muscular voice" and that improvement in singing or speaking has to be a matter of building the muscles of the vocal instrument. In simpler words, the stronger and the more coordinated the muscles of the larynx  (where vocal sound is first produced) and the throat muscles (where resonance and vowel sounds are created) are, the better and more capable the voice is.

Based on these insights, a wide variety of isokinetic vocal exercises that are ideally suited to build and strengthen every aspect of your voice have been developed.

This Vocal Building Technique demonstrates to anyone how to get the voice they've always wanted to have. It doesn't matter what quality of voice you presently have or what kind of singing you want to do, practicing this Method will get the results that many of students have described as truly amazing.

The secret of this Technique lies in the specialized use of five  vowel sounds, which I will teach you to produce and practice correctly. These vowel sounds, are the cornerstones of Vocal development, because they effectively exercise the muscles that constitute and control every aspect of your voice.

If you are or want to be a public speaker, a singer, or if you sing already and would like a stronger, richer and more capable voice, vocal strengthening  is your solution. 

This Technique will work for any voice and any style of singing – and this of course includes YOU.

My Voice Building Sessions in person or online will help you :

What Are The Benefits of Voice Building?

Breathe Correctly

Increase Your Range

Improve Your Endurance

Develop Power

Boost Your Confidence

Sing on Pitch

Eliminate The Break

Create Resonance

Master Your Vibrato

Hit Those High Notes

... And Much More !

A Few Things You Might Want to Know:

1. Vocal expression is our most powerful form of communication.


2.The muscular function of the voice is the same for all people—allowing for the typical gender differences.


3. The voice is not a static, immutable feature of our makeup, but rather a dynamic, flexible process that is controlled by an interconnected system of muscles.


4. There is a causal relationship between the health of one’s vocal musculature and the quality of one’s vocal sounds.  

5. The vocal mechanism—the lungs, breathing muscles, larynx, pharynx, oral cavity, and soft palate—is controlled and activated by fatigue-resistant endurance musculature.

6. Vocal constriction - the failure of the vocal musculature to perform its many tasks with adequate strength, flexibility, and coordination - is the cause of most vocal limitations and disorders - from vocal fatigue, hoarseness, and vocal nodules to resonance problems, pitch difficulties, and range restrictions.  

7.  Singing is an athletic activity that is best improved through the successful application of isokinetic vocal exercises, which permit the maximum overloading of the vocal muscles.

8. Exercising the vocal muscles with the isokinetic exercise you will learn in this Method, will develop power, resonance, endurance, range, control, and flexibility into your singing voice and will also strengthen and enhance your speaking voice.

9. Vocal Patterning - systematic adjustments to the head, mouth, jaw, and body - is an important component of this Method.

10. A precise, internally consistent, and uniform vocalizing routine is essential for realizing the full potential of the vocal instrument.