Archive for November, 2015

What do we mean by that statement?

Given the political situation nowadays, we have decided to increase our travel regime to our clients.

Of course, we have done it before when clients were requesting us to do so. Now we are coming to you, (our potential clients), and are offering it to you outright to save you the hassle of traveling to a foreign country and, concurrently, to give you an opportunity to pursue your everyday routines with your children/parents, spouses and, if needed, work.

We also understand that with the advisory being issued for international air travel, it became a little scary for some of our potential clients. We, (operating under the “Royans Universe”), feel quite safe to travel to you to fix your voice.

So if the fear of terrorism is preventing you from traveling to us, (nevertheless, for a very good deed – to conquer your voice problems), we are more than willing to come to you to solve all of your voice issues. We are reaching out to you to make a New Year’s Resolution, (no matter what is happening with you personally or around the world globally), and reward yourself with a new voice, a new rejuvenated spirit and enhanced health overall.

After all, if you are lacking any of the above, you are not going to be as happy as you can be achieving your goal of becoming a better, well understood communicator or a better singer/performer for that matter. If your spirit is low and you feel (most of the times) upset and depressed, (due to your voice issues), then your life may seem to be losing its meaning. The Voice, in fact, (by my definition and common sense in general), is your spirit. It certainly identifies and reflects the state of your being.

I had voice repair clients in my practice who were trying to take their own lives (multiple times), as nobody could help them with their voice issues or even simply identify their voice problem to begin with, and for many years on end. If the person feels that way and has suffered enough due to their voice disorder, their everyday life becomes a burden to them and, in the majority of times, the fear of never being able to fix their voice and to bring it back to its normal state, supersedes any other fears they may have.

No advisory and restrictions due to terrorism, or anything else serious like that (for that matter), will ever stop these types of individuals from pursuing their voice treatment or, moreover, a possible cure.

And, I think, (understandably), rightfully so.

However, for everybody like them and everybody like you, we are still ready to “carry the torch”, so to speak.

We are here if you really need us and we will be there if we are needed.


Vocal Science – Love Your Voice Again!


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Sometimes, you may experience an abnormal change in your voice.

This is generally caused by the irritation of the vocal box and its anatomy. As such, the voice may have changes in the volume, pitch and even loss of pitch, loss of voice, and sometimes can cause a sharp pain associated with the voice misuse. Other voice problems can be caused by a change of singing technique. Also, by doing so, it could cause hoarseness, but not many people are aware about it. Excessively loud, prolonged or insufficient use of voice can also lead to voice difficulties, causing an inability to speak properly. As a result, you will be asked, quite often, to repeat yourself. The vocal folds are a very delicate organ and people have been misusing them in different ways. Nowadays, various types of vocal abuse can occur on a daily basis. It could happen while simply visiting a local club, or attending an event that requires the use of your voice quite often, especially in events that cause you to speak in noisy situations.

Voice change, sometimes, can also be a symptom of vocal cord problems, especially if you have been experiencing a hoarse or raspy voice and/or a sore throat. Many clients who complain about one of these problems can consult with their doctor to determine the underlying cause. However, they are told that they don’t have any physical problems. There are no conventional methods or pills to prevent vocal abuse. In order to take care of your voice, you must know how to use it wisely and accurately. Especially, when you are a voice professional like a teacher, singer, public speaker, actor, broadcast personality, etc.

Therefore, we can introduce you to a non-conventional solution

Non-surgical voice therapy would be a great help with regards to restoring your speaking or singing voice. This approach is extremely crucial, as the main thing that it does is relieve the vocal box from the pressure of the sound and then, by applying natural herbal and homeopathic remedies, heals both the throat and vocal box. This therapy includes some progressive speech and singing exercises which are taught for specific vocal needs like singing, public speaking and more. These exercises are designed with utmost precision, coupled with special body movements and is catered to each individual client needs.

Now, how to fix your vocal cord problems, when they have already occurred? First of all, stop pushing your voice and do not leave this problem to get even worse. The treatment of hoarseness depends on its cause. Consult with a voice therapist/voice specialist to treat your vocal box with the right alternative and holistic approach. The Vocal Science™ revolutionary voice/vocal technique, combined with carefully selected herbal remedies, will exponentially help you to resolve your vocal problems in a much faster way and without the need for vocal surgery. Embrace this approach to opt for the best possible speaking/singing voice and it will assure that you will own it and retain it for a lifetime.

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Over the years, I have possessed a lot of singers (or wannabe singers), and also speakers who originally came to me for non-surgical voice repair to restore their speaking and singing voices. Now, after certain amount of hours spent with me restoring their voices and re-learning how to really speak and/or sing, they naturally became very excited and began to practice on their own, in spite of my warnings to them to keep it in moderation.

I do understand that they are very excited to reach the new higher grounds with their speaking and singing voices, but they do not understand that the bad habits, which got them in trouble in the first place, are still there and have been there much longer then the newly – found good habits.

There is a saying: “Bad habits die hard”.


So what happens is; once my clients start practicing on their own sooner than they were advised, the bad habits kick in and knock down the newly-instilled good habits. So the process begins all over again.

We have made three huge steps forward, but unfortunately, one or even two steps back, which obviously had slowed down the process. Everybody knows that if the alcoholic, while in recovery, will try just a drop of alcohol, in no time, he will come back to drinking and even heavier than before.

Also, the person (like myself) trying to lose weight and adopt the new lifestyle, would go to a party and eat some sweets, convincing herself that it will be only for that party time, will come back to eating the wrong foods, which made her overweight in the first place, and which will bring her weight to the same point when she had started, and possibly even higher.

The latest example is our Canadian figure skater, Kaetlyn Osmond who, unfortunately, was sidelined for 6 weeks due to a broken leg. Prior to that, in September of 2014, she broke her ankle. She went back to the competition and ended up with a broken leg. Just a few days ago after a surgery, she came back to the Canada Skate Competition and ended up landing each and every jump down on ice.

It was very painful to watch how this young beautiful girl was desperately trying to prove to herself and everybody else that she is OK and healed now and able to meet very high physical demands required by today’s rules and regulations set by the Figure Skating Federation.

In my opinion, understanding how eager she was to come back to what she does best, she came back too soon not once, but twice, got more injuries and, no doubts, felt humiliated and extremely upset.

Her ankle, and respectively, her leg, simply could not bear the weight of her body. At least not yet. In my opinion, she should have stayed off of the ice a little longer to make sure that her leg was completely healed and the strength of the leg and the physical body overall had been fully restored.

The injured, (vocally or otherwise), people should understand that they can not run ”marathons” right after the next day leaving the rehab. Any injury requires proper healing and restoration of the strength of the effected body part and recovery of the entire body as a whole.

So the conclusion of it is: If the unfortunate president happened, please have patience to fully heal it and also, correct the bad habits which brought you to the injury in the first place. Learn the new healthy habits and store it in memory in such a way that you would not be able to act otherwise.

That will assure and insure your health and longevity… in whatever you do.

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