Estill Voice Training® teaches isolated control of individual anatomical structures within the voice production
system. It emphasizes voluntary control of 13 parts of the vocal mechanism with a particular focus on vocal
health and aesthetic freedom. When you master the basic movements of healthy vocal function, you unlock
endless possibilities in your voice and develop kinesthetic awareness of your patient’s voice. You will be able
to feel what parts of structures they are using to produce the disordered voice, so you know exactly which
structures to aim at and how you want them to move in order to produce a clear and healthy voice again.
Estill Voice Training® combines explicit instruction with visual feedback, diagrams, video endoscopy of the
vocal folds, auditory sound files, and kinesthetic exercises. It puts the scientific theory into concrete practice
to maximize voice control for your speaking, your singing, and your health.
Estill Voice Training® exercises support sustained vocal health and vitality, and EVT principles are used in
therapy around the world to rehabilitate injured voices. The Figures for VoiceTM provide therapists and
patients with a focused, goal-based approach to treatment. It also provides a common language to
therapists, medical doctors and vocal coach to communicate accurately and efficiently on voice production
Workshop 1: Introduction to Estill Voice Training®
30 Apr 2022 (Sat)
Workshop 2: Introduction to Figures and Application of Estill Voice Training® for Voice Therapy
3 May 2022 (Tue)
Both workshops are planned to be delivered in person; yet we may reschedule according to the pandemic situations.
Enrolment deadline: 8 Apr 2022 (Fri)
Early Bird: on or before 18 Mar 2022 (Fri)
Sign up: https://forms.gle/
Enrolment priority will be given to PolyU Honorary Clinical Supervisor of the Master of Speech Therapy programme.
All participants must have received at least two doses of COVID-19 vaccine for PolyU campus access unless they have medical proof from a medical practitioner that they are unfit for COVID-19 vaccination.
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