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Three Mini Taster Workshops

New in Frome - at Room Frome  

If you find it hard to ...

 Vocal Embodiment to Connect to your Core, Find your Voice, & Become more fully Expressed 

Your tone of voice, reflects how you feel, it's a tool that connects to your Soul, shifts your state of being and regulates your nervous system. 


Vocal embodiment is a practice that uses the voice as a catalyst to connect more deeply to layers within your Self allowing more Soul Essence to course through your being as your throat chakra opens. As a consequence you'll experience more peace, and uncover deeper parts of your being.

These playful practice sessions will give you the opportunity to explore the rejuvenating capacity of your own voice while connecting to each other through various exercises using sound. The sessions provide a space for physical self exploration that replenishes you from the inside out, while cultivating deeper embodiment. Plenty of time and space is given to share and integrate your experience.


With only a small number of participants in a deeply supportive environment, you'll explore how to use your voice to ...


  • transmute emotions by gently directing sound-waves

  • reduce severe anxiety

  • release deeply held tension through gentle vibrations

  • replenish depleted energy levels

Three Mini Taster Workshops

Coming in June 2024!

Sat. 1st June 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Sat. 22nd June 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Sun. 30th June 9.30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

at Room Frome  Unit 1a Scott Road, Frome, ​BA11 1AL

£35 for one or £79 for all three
 Alternatively pay at the door in cash


Somatic Voice Work makes your body release a powerful cocktail of feel good hormones. The four most obvious ones are …

  • Dopamine - a neurotransmitter that forms an important part of your brain's reward circuit and is associated with pleasurable sensations

  • Oxytocin - also known as the cuddle hormone that promotes bonding, trust and empathy in relationships and generally increases affection

  • Serotonin - a further neurotransmitter that regulates your mood, appetite, sleep and digestion

  • Endorphins - your body’s natural pain reliever that also increases when you engage in working out, eating etc.


These hormones are generated through connection, tone of voice and sound waves. By cultivating expression that comes from a genuine, embodied impulse we grow our body’s ability to create these hormones and experience profound states of well-being.


In each Mini Taster Workshop we'll explore slightly different themes


Some of the themes we'll touch upon are the following ... 

Healthy Aggression & Your Jaw

We'll explore some gravelly growling sounds as well as the physiognomy of anger. We'll do this in a very safe space to ensure that you don't go beyond your boundaries of what feels good to you! For this isn't about acting out some idea of anger, it's about building a deeper relationship to this energy in your body. For some; feeling this energy can be a revelation as it might be very different from what you thought it was.  

Remember, good voice work leaves you feeling replenished and energised, NOT re-traumatised. 


The Impact of Tone of Voice in Relationship

Your voice developed in relationship and is hard wired in your identity. Hence exploring the impact relational dynamics have on your voice can be revelatory. Here we'll be working with the impact of sound in relationship to each other. This can bring up a lot, as it is a very raw and naked way of stepping into connection; we can't hide behind habitual tactics we might use in a social context e.g. deflecting attention, talking to hide insecurity, being softly spoken etc.

Soothing Sounds & Sounds to Sooth

The ancient practice of singing lullaby's soothes and calms our nervous system. The rhythm and pace, as well as the tone of voice, induce feelings of safety & peace for the mother as much as for the child. 

As adults we too can use our voice to calm our nervous system on a physical level, and thereby sooth ourselves. As sound waves travel through the branch of the Vagus Nerve that innervate the extrinsic and intrinsic muscles of the larynx they quite literally calm us on a very physical level. 

There will be plenty of time to share and integrate your experience between all exercises as this is about developing your voice on many levels simultaneously. 


Mini Taster Workshops

Book all three or book individually

Sat.    1st June 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Sat. 22nd June 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Sun. 30th June 9.30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

At Room Frome , Scott Road, Frome, ​BA11 1AL

£35 for one or £79 for all three
Alternatively pay in cash at the door


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