To speak well is an athletic ability. The majority of the population is unaware of this kind of athletic training and its potential and risks.
The phonatory muscles receive and filter the air column from the lungs attributing tone, intensity and timbre, and transforming it into the voice we hear.
This is the voice that characterizes us and makes us recognizable. Increase your knowledge of physiology and the use of the phonatory system, increase your ability to communicate, your credibility, health and well-being.
- Know and train the vocal apparatus.
- Learn about disease prevention techniques to the vocal cords, such as nodules and dysphonia.
- Safeguard children who have a tendency to spontaneously imitate the communication patterns of parenting and peer groups.
- Anatomy and physiology of the vocal instrument
- Respiratory Management
- Correct body posture for healthy vocalization
- Vocal Instrument Massage
- Awareness about how to listen to the physiological movements of your instrument
- Understanding your own “spoken voice quality”
- Pressure control and subglottic pneumo-phonic agreement
- Proprioception exercises: find out where the muscles are working and how, without the aid of sight
- Specific exercises for the prevention of vocal cord diseases
- Elements of diction and phonetics
- Vocal hygiene
Possibile to add an extra half-day for additional exercises