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Life has a habit of getting in the way of good vocal practice & health. Most of us enjoy an alcoholic drink every now & then, or perhaps as a way of winding down at the end of a stressful … Continue reading
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Whilst preparing for the production of our forthcoming training DVD (A Fundamental Guide for Education Professionals: Manual Handling, Back & Voice Care Solutions) we’re also amassing an archive of biographies on distinguished colleagues in the world of voice. So far, … Continue reading
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This article was published in Voice The Union’s August 2011 magazine. We are currently working with Lorna Taylor on a training DVD for Education Professionals. Visit our website for more information. Practical Tip to Save your Back & Voice by … Continue reading
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With Wimbledon over & another year without a British man in the final (let alone winning the tournament!) my mind has turned to the incredible yelps, gasps, screams & shouts that the players emit during their matches. There was a … Continue reading
Team building is part of a psychological discipline called organisational psychology. It inspires groups of workers to communicate through a series of planned events that are fun & motivational. These events can be used to determine strong points in an … Continue reading
Tagged Adaptability, communication, complex tasks, decision making, friendship, interaction, job satisfaction, Motivating, Motivation, networking, office, Planning, Problem Solving, Psychological Organisation, Team Building, TemperVox, Trust
We’re currently in the process of conducting research into the connections between back pain & your voice. This is particularly important for teachers who work consistently at a low height. We’re working with Lorna Taylor (@jollyback on twitter) on producing … Continue reading
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It is vital that you protect & preserve your voice from harm & ensure you give yourself the best chance to use your voice whenever 7 however you want to. Here are some general guidelines for looking after your voice: … Continue reading
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