Vocalogy started life as a singing studio in Singapore. We started researching and integrating wellness practices into our singing teaching when we realised that conventional voice training in Singapore was just not holistic enough to encompass the immense emotional, mental and physical endeavour that comprises the Performing Arts.
We promote multi-disciplinary holistic wellness practices for you by expanding our network to include other holistic wellness professionals. We also have a store where you can purchase daily reminders for conscious living. It’s our little contribution to making the world a better place.
We’ve taken our understanding of holistic body-mind practices and made them into our way of living. Conscious living, gratitude, self-care, good sportsmanship, care for the others and the environment are very much part of our studio ethos.
We actively support the emotional and mental wellness needs of our performers. The Performing Arts industry is very competitive and stressful. It is generally hard to make a living. While ‘landing the audition’, ‘being the best’, ‘winning every time’, ‘having the best voice Teachers in Singapore ’ is desirable, Vocalogy provides the mental and emotional wellness capabilities to support the Performer in such endeavours. This is on top of world-class, internationally recognised and awarded voice teaching.
Welcome to Vocalogy
‘Vocalogy’ means the ‘study of Voice’. Our logo is the lotus, symbolising clarity arising from the mud of delusion. Water glides off the lotus flower, a metaphor for non-attachment to concepts and knowledge. It has 7 petals, representing the Flower of Being.
The petals represent: CHOICE, DIRECTION, ORDER, PRIORITIES, HARMONY, SYNERGY & CREATION. The green of the logo represents growth. Green is the color of the heart chakra- the seat of unconditional love and compassion in the body.
The Mind and Body are inseparably and intrinsically connected.
Our thoughts shape our perception of reality. Our perception of reality affects the way we function and the decisions that we make in our daily lives.
Our perceptions inform the body as to whether something or some event is a threat or not. If the Mind perceives a threat, it will fire up its protective mechanism which primes the body to fight, flee or play dead (freeze).
Protracted physiological reactions may lead to short or long -term effects on wellbeing. Such physiological reactions may result from mental and emotional states as well.
Physiological reactions in turn provide input for the brain. Soggy tissues, shallow breathing, lack of movement etc. may provide the brain with less than accurate input as to what is happening in the world around it. This may cause a bad prediction which in causes more physiological maladjustments which in turn lead to more bad prediction in a vicious cycle.