Vocal Massage Scotland , Glasgow SEC Hydro , SECC, CLyde Auditorium Kings Theatre, and Stirling Mac Robert Center.
Vocal Massage is becoming extremely popular with singers, actors and public speakers.
The massage involves working the muscles in the shoulders, neck, throat and face with gentle pressured therapy, to relieve tension, flush toxins and to free muscle adhesions.
The upper back and neck is massaged, as tightness in these areas can migrate and become headache, eye ache and pain the jaw and ears, as well as the reducing mobility in the neck.
In the face the jaw muscles are worked on as well as round the lips and nose. The muscle fibers in the throat are also manipulated, bringing the larynx into a more efficient posture. This eases the vocal cords and can increase the vocal range.
Also the muscles in the chest, intercostal muscles (between the ribs) and diaphragm can be worked to help increase lung capacity and reduce restrictive tissues.
This type of therapy can be uncomfortable, especially for the first few treatments until you get used to the feeling of throat manipulation. The treatments are delicate and worked slowly, however- If you do feel discomfort, David Jenkins will be happy to change the technique to accommodate the client.
Sports Therapy Scotland Glasgow clinic is 5 minutes from The SECC , SEC Hydro , Clyde Auditorium , Kings Theatre and other City Theatre's in Glasgow.
Sports Therapy Scotland Stirling is 40 minutes from the Edinburgh Theatre's and 5 Minute from MacRobert Theater Stirling University.
We can come to the Theatre you are performing in or simply contact David 07966570733 to arrange a session or two at a time that is suitable.
We have worked with various levels of performer to local artists to international artists and productions such as,-
- David Stott - Glasgow Vocalist / Musician
- Cast of "The Addams Family" Glasgow Pavillion 2014
- BBC Scotland Actors
- After Dinner Speakers
- "Saturday Night Fever" - Festival Theatre Edinburgh 2015
- "The Sound of Music " Kings Theatre Glasgow 2015
Testimoniial,-"Thanks again for the vocal massage yesterday. It really made all the difference and felt so much more secure during the performance." Colin Burnacle , "The Sound of Music" Kings Theatre Glasgow , February 2015.