Vocal injury isn't just for singers!
Arizona republic features my vocal rehab work
Professionals who depend on their voices — teachers, attorneys, even exercise trainers — often are plagued with throat problems, sometimes developing nodules on the vocal cords resulting in hoarseness, reduced range and even fatigue.
The #Arizona Republic recently featured a story on my work with occupational vocal injury. Read the informative article here.
Having had #nodules on my vocal cords early on in my career, and finding a non-surgical, lifelong cure for vocal problems, I am passionate about helping people learn to speak and sing correctly. Read my story here.
We are all speakers -- we communicate with our voices, and yet, most folks don't realize that the way they are speaking, yelling, or overusing their voices could cause chronic hoarseness, and even polyps or vocal nodules!
Take care of your voice and it will be healthy for life!
Would you like to learn the basics of the Lawrence Vocal System online? I have two classes coming up, taught personally by ME, that are affordable for everyone! My gift to you. MORE INFO HERE
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From Beth Lawrence
If you're serious about singing then you've got to take care of your voice. Here are some healthy ways to do that!
Beth Lawrence, Award-winning singer, songwriter and author of "From Shower To Stage...7 Easy Steps for Singing Like A Pro!"