Embrace Your Authentic Voice with Vocalogy Wellness and Voice

In a society where conformity is often rewarded, many individuals find themselves struggling to express their true selves. The pressures of societal norms, institutional and corporate environments can stifle creativity and individuality, leading to a host of physical and emotional challenges.

At Vocalogy Wellness and Voice, we understand that these challenges can manifest in various ways, particularly in our voices. Common issues include:

  • Singing off-key, which may stem from an inability to hear notes accurately, nervousness, or ineffective vocal techniques.
  • Nasal or breathy tones, potentially weakening the voice and causing long-term damage, often due to habitual patterns, anatomical factors, or health conditions.
  • Tension or strain when reaching high notes or increased volumes, which can lead to fatigue, discomfort, or injury.
  • Lack of support or breath control, resulting in a voice that lacks strength, stamina, and pitch accuracy.
  • Absence of emotion or expression, leading to a monotonous sound and disconnection from the audience, possibly due to a misunderstanding of lyrics or an inability to convey feelings physically.
  • Improper technique, including poor posture and articulation, affecting overall vocal quality.
  • Unhealthy lifestyle choices, such as smoking or excessive alcohol consumption, which can negatively impact vocal health.
  • Loss of passion or enjoyment, which may occur due to stress, unrealistic expectations, or singing for extrinsic rewards rather than intrinsic fulfilment.

At Vocalogy Wellness and Voice, we offer a path to rediscover your natural voice through Jin Shin Energy Healing therapy and Somatic Voicework (TM). Our holistic approach emphasizes the mind-body-spirit connection, fostering personal growth and self-discovery.

We provide tailored voice lessons for all skill levels and musical preferences, whether you’re seeking enjoyment, personal development, performance readiness, audition preparation, recording quality, competitive edge, or career progression.

Singing transcends being merely a pastime or skill; it is a profound instrument for personal transformation, healing, and empowerment. Join us at Vocalogy Wellness and Voice and let your voice soar to new heights.

Our methods

We offer two proprietary methods of functional voice training that reflect our Philosophy- Neurovoice TM and Jin Shin Voice TM . Neurovoice TM applies neuroscience principles to optimise your vocal performance and expression. Jin Shin Voice uses Jin Shin energy healing to harmonise your voice, your heart and your soul. 

Singing improves the brain by:

Improving memory

Singing involves multiple cognitive skills at once, which keeps the brain agile and prevents it from becoming sluggish. Learning to sing is a fun and rewarding way to improve your memory and IQ.

Improving your mood

Singing releases endorphins which are associated with  feelings of pleasure and happiness. It also reduces levels of cortisol, a hormone associated with stress

Improving language skills

Singing can help improve language skills by increasing vocabulary and improving pronunciation

Improving coordination

Singing requires coordination between different parts of the body, including the diaphragm, vocal cords, and mouth. This can help overall coordination

Improving creativity

Singing can help stimulate creativity by encouraging improvisation and experimentation with different sounds and styles.

Activating multiple parts of the brain at once

These include the auditory cortex (which processes sound), the motor cortex (which controls movement), and the limbic system (which is involved in emotion).

Our methods

At Vocalogy, we offer two proprietary methods of functional voice training that reflect our Philosophy- Neurovoice ™ and Jin Shin Voice ™ . Neurovoice ™ applies neuroscience principles to optimise your vocal performance and expression. Jin Shin Voice ™ uses Jin Shin energy healing to harmonise your voice, your heart and your soul. 

NeuroVoice ™

You will learn:
And because we are about helping you find your voice and growing into it, our voice classes may also include:

Jin Shin Voice ™

  • Improve your physical, mental and emotional well-being;
  • Boost your confidence and self-esteem;
  • Express your emotions and thoughts in a healthy and positive way
  • Discover your unique strengths and talents
  • Explore your creativity and imagination
  • Connect with yourself and others on a deeper level
  • And much more!

Who will benefit


Singing is a great activity for teenagers who want to improve their confidence, work ethic, creativity, vocal health, and skills. Singing can also benefit their physical and mental health by relieving stress, boosting immunity, increasing pain tolerance, improving lung function, enhancing brain function, improving communication, and boosting self-esteem.

Singing can also enrich teenagers’ quality of life by providing them with a fun and enjoyable outlet, a social and supportive community, and a preparation for future opportunities.


Singing is a great way to improve women’s mental health. It lowers cortisol, the stress hormone, and releases endorphins, the natural painkillers and mood boosters. It also boosts blood flow and brain function, enhancing mood and cognition. Moreover, it provides a creative outlet for women to express their emotions and cope with grief and anxiety. It can help with various mental health conditions, such as post-natal depression and chronic inflammation.


Singing can help men who have difficulty expressing and communicating their emotional needs due to social pressure and expectations. Singing can make them feel valued, connected, expressive, relaxed, and joyful. Singing can also improve their communication and emotional skills by articulating, listening, improving, and developing their feelings through music.


Age is just a number. Singing can benefit seniors in many ways, both physically and mentally. Singing can relieve stress, boost immunity, increase pain tolerance, improve lung function, enhance brain function, improve communication, boost self-confidence, and reduce depression. Singing can also be a fun and enjoyable activity that can enrich the quality of life for seniors.

People in recovery

According to some studies, singing can offer benefits for people who suffer from chronic illnesses related to the respiratory system, such as long COVID, COPD, asthma, cystic fibrosis, and cancer. Singing involves deep breathing and the controlled use of muscles in the respiratory system, which can help strengthen them and improve lung function. Singing may also boost the immune system and increase the pain threshold by releasing endorphins. Additionally, singing can reduce stress and anxiety, which may have a positive impact on mental health.

Actors and performers

Art is life. Actors and performers dedicate themselves to their craft, constantly seeking new ways to improve their skills and express their creativity. Singing is a way for them to explore new dimensions of their voice, deepen their practice, and enhance their performance.

Sign up for our functional voice training today and unleash your full potential!

All classes are currently conducted on a one-to-one basis, and may be conducted online or in-person depending on your needs and preferences.

Your Journey


Payment for sessions must be made in advance. You can use the sessions at any time that suits you.

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