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    A multi-modality, multi-cultural approach to holistic vocal production

    Our Services

    • Provide voice teaching and coaching services in all styles for leisure, academia or performance
    • Clinical Hypnotherapy for behavioural change
    • Cultivate emotional and mental resilience through transformative merchandise

    About Us

    UPDATE: We have been badly hit by the pandemic. Only Ms Grace is available to teach currently . Her time is severely limited. As such, we are only taking in new students who are experienced voice professionals who would like to explore Jin Shin Jyutsu energy healing and its relation to the voice. Admission will be subject to interview. Children will not be considered. Thank you.  

    Vocalogy brings together the ancient traditions of the East and the scientific method of the West to address two of the hottest trends in vocal pedagogy today.

    The biopsychosocial approach to the voice places the voice in the context of the mind-body connection. Nothing less than a holistic, multi-sensory music-making experience will do.

    Our singers are elite vocal athletes. All elements of peak training, mental, emotional and physical, apply in our training.

    We combine Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy holistic healing https://jsjinc.net (Eastern) and Brain-based Fitness https://bit.ly/3cEGhjX (Western) with Somatic Voicework functional voice training http://somaticvoicework.com.

    Our teaching incorporates Music and Movement with Eastern martial arts and dance inspirations for a truly multi-cultural experience.

    Results. All over the world.

    Our students have done consistently well in singing competitions and talent competitions in Singapore & overseas.

    Competitions our students have entered, won or placed:-

    • American Protege (USA): 1st and 2nd prizes.
    • AsianArts Awards (Singapore/ASEAN): Multiple Gold Awards
    • Llangollen International Music Festival (Wales), VIenna Virtuoso (Vienna), Associatione Culturale MELOS ‘Grand Prix’ (Tokyo/Rome/various locations),Brilliant Talent Development Award (Italy), Singapore Lyric Opera- ASEAN Vocal Competition (Singapore/ASEAN), B*Dazzled (Singapore), Asian Dreamerz (Singapore/ASEAN), and more.

    In addition to the above, our students are regularly selected for ChildAid concerts, selected as finalists or winners in local competitions and are regularly selected as winners of New York-based American Protege International Vocal Competition where they perform in Winners Recitals are held annually in Carnegie Hall, New York.


    Our Approach

    We combine Functional Neurology and Jin Shin Jyutsu with Somatic Voicework to create two unique and distinct approaches to voice teaching and learning.

    Functional Neurology: Better Brain, Better Voice
    Neural Activation is about ‘waking up the brain’. Humans tend to be creatures of habit. We become better at what we like to do. Consequently, parts of the brain that are associated to activities that we don’t like to do, are under-used.
    Waking up these parts through neural activation exercises results in better sensory processing. Better sensory processing contributes to faster speed, better flexibility and greater endurance in vocal tasks such as sustaining notes (endurance), runs (speed), and pitch and vocal registration changes (flexibility)

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    Our Founder

    Grace Ng Ee Wern Hypnotherapist. Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy Practitioner. Voice Teacher & Coach Besides her Bachelors of Law degree (with Honours), Grace Ng also holds a professional certificate in Somatic Voicework, an Associate diploma in Voice Teaching from the London College of Music (ALCM (TD)), a Licentiate diploma in Speech & Drama Teaching (LLCM (TD)), and two Licentiate diplomas in Piano Performance.

    Holistic Healing qualifications are: certification in Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy and an Advanced Certificate in Clinical Hypnotherapy from the London College of Clinical Hypnosis. She continues to attend workshops in both Performing Arts and Holistic Healing in Singapore and around the work to improve her skills.

    She worked as a Adjunct Lecturer in Music Theatre BA program at LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore) and as an Adjunct Lecturer (Singing) at the Department of Theatre, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore), teaching singing to actors in Mandarin and English.Her work is influenced by Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy,a metaphysical traditional healing method. It also incorporates mind-body practice taken from Taichi and concepts such as Chakras, Feng Shui & Five Element Theory.

    Her Western scientific influences are: the research of Jeanette LoVetri for Somatic Voicework, the Bioenergetics psychological school of thought (Wilhelm Reich, Alexander Lowen), Brain-based Fitness as presented by body//HACK: as well the eclectic pluralistic model of Clinical Hypnotherapy taught by the London College of Clinical Hypnosis Asia.

    Her Performing Arts influences are: Dalcroze Eurhythmics and & the body-voice work of Dr. Joan Melton.

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