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Trainer’s Tip: Voice Control


Graham O'Connell
Graham O’Connell offers Zoe Horwood some tips on how to control your voice and stop the croaks when training.

Here are a couple of web sites with tips:

You might also like to consider finding out more about the Alexander technique - developed by an Australian actor who kept losing his voice. As a start try:

My main tip is to talk less - listen more, use fewer words, speak more slowly and design in more group work. I appreciate that some training requires a fair degree of input and instruction. And, as you say, even facilitation requires some words. However, if you can get the group doing more that usually has benefits for the learning as well as your voice.

One final tip, go to a good pharmacist and ask for some (liquorice) imps.

Actors use these to revive their tired voices - they really do work.

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