A unique, holistic, and non-invasive approach to voice mechanics, using specific speech and singing exercises as well as natural herbs and remedies.
Poor vocal technique and lack of knowledge of proper bio-mechanics in singing and in speech can cause tremendous damage to your vocal anatomy. Some of these conditions can develop into nodes, nodules, polyps, vocal cord paralysis (paresis), cysts, muscle tension dysphonia, or spasmodic dysphonia, thus jeopardizing or even ending one’s singing or speaking career. These conditions are even plaguing some Top 40 singers and even a prominent computer company CEO comes to mind. According to the founder of the Vocal Science™ method, Diana Yampolsky, vocal injuries deemed by traditional medical science as “irreparable,” can actually be non-surgically repaired.
Take the case of throat cancer survivor Tim Bristol of Niagara Falls, NY. The doctors and experts told him he would not be able to sing post–throat cancer surgery and that according to them, “Nothing can be done; be happy for what you have left.” However, after 10 hours of voice repair sessions and natural treatments, as well as 10 hours of group vocal instruction, Tim proudly exclaimed: “You [Diana Yampolsky] have proved them (doctors, experts) wrong with your vocal approach” and now Tim is “singing away” with vocal improvements each week.
Take the case of Bob Harris, a professional singer who has worked with the likes of Frank Zappa, Steve Vai and Axe and had suffered with significant voice issues. His post-course letter speaks for itself.
“Diana Yampolsky has created the most unique and effective method of vocal repair/teaching I have ever encountered – the claims made are true, results do happen within hours, not days or months. I have worked with her and the results have been all that I had hoped for and more – and those results continue to multiply and grow – after studying with her you also leave with the tools needed for maintaining and continuing your vocal growth and repair. One of the things that I, and I’m sure others, wondered about before working with her was if her method and results could be accomplished by video-conferencing (Skype, Face Time, etc.) but minutes into the first session I realized that was not possible and that it’s an in person training on a much deeper level that necessitates Diana being with the student. I can’t thank Diana enough for what she’s done and I highly recommend anyone suffering with vocal issues, especially those looking at a diagnosis of vocal surgery to check her out. I am only one of the thousands of voices she has helped to keep from being silenced and I am eternally grateful.”
Take the case of former, non-surgical voice (speech) repair client, Elizabeth Hines – C.N.C., C.B.P., Spasmodic Dysphonia sufferer-Holistic Wellness Practitioner, “A Christmas Miracle!!! Last night I was able to sing Christmas carols at church for the first time in years without a strangled voice. The non-surgical voice repair exercises have really paid off.” And lastly take the case of Keiko Gutierrez – a professional bass player/aspiring singer.
“I’m a musician first, who likes to sing – I have gone to see Ms. Yampolsky and I found that her approach is quite unique in that she uses much more than just simple breathing and posture techniques to help you to improve your singing.
She uses anatomy and bio-mechanics to get your body to produce better sound… without injury. I usually feel sore after singing for a while. She had me singing for over an hour and I had no pain in my vocal cords at all. The most fascinating thing about Diana, is her incredible ear. She can hear – even over the phone – whether you have a vocal injury or not, and can usually tell what type it is. Then she either fixes it, or tells you why she can’t (there seems to be very little that she can’t fix.)”
Conventional wisdom (or lack thereof) suggests “pushing” the vocal anatomy to the max (while training or performing). This often results in vocal damage and, with medical experts often responding by saying “Take a vocal rest,” which does nothing to promote any healing whatsoever. Vocal injuries, left untreated, can often turn into more serious or even life-threatening problems such as permanent vocal paralysis or even cancer in rare cases. However, speakers and singers can take relief knowing that there is a professional, non-surgical approach to voice repair using specific speech and singing exercises as well as natural herbs and remedies.
Diana Yampolsky’s Vocal Science™ and The Royans Professional Vocal School, since 1984, has trained an estimated 20,000 students, singers, speakers, and voice repair clients from all walks of life and places including USA, UK, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, and many others.
For more information and for before and after videos of vocal instruction, please visit www.vocalscience.com
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