Vocal health recovery
Just because you've had reflux, vocal nodules or muscle tension dysphonia (MTD) doesn't mean you can never again sing or speak with ease.
As an Estill Master Trainer, Stefan can help you to change your habits so that singing and speaking always feel comfortable.
If you have already been diagnosed by an ENT specialist and treated by a speech and language therapist, Stefan can help you to address tension issues, teach you to monitor your effort levels and assist your recovery.
60 minute sessions are recommended, either online or in-person. New clients are welcome to book a free online 15-minute consultation.
"Estill Voice Training has given me the tools to change my speaking voice, which has made a massive difference to my vocal health. Retraction in particular has become something I practice every day. I never thought that I would like a scientific approach, but understanding more about what's actually happening inside has made me a better artist. It's given me my confidence back."
- Charlie O'Connor
Learn how your voice works
Insight into the anatomy and physiology of your voice.
Change your vocal habits
Work on specific structures to establish safe, sustainable habits.
Learn to feel how much effort you actually need to produce voice.
How Estill Voice Training can help your vocal recovery
Estill Voice Training (EVT) is a scientific, evidence-based system for vocal development. Simple everyday sounds are used to identify structures in the larynx and in the vocal tract (throat, mouth and nose). These are then trained in detail to give conscious, predictable and reliable control of your voice. Knowing how to produce the sound you want safely and sustainably gives you confidence as you gradually build toward your singing and speaking goals.
Worried about your voice?
If you are experiencing hoarseness, discomfort, pain and/or loss of range when singing or speaking, don't suffer it alone! It's a great idea to get yourself checked out at an NHS multidisciplinary voice clinic, which can be found across the UK.
The voice clinic in Brighton, which accepts both referrals from your GP and self-referrals, treats all aspects of voice disorders.
You can contact this clinic on 01273 696 955 Ext: 4812.