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  • Promoting Holistic Wellness through Voice

    Conscious Living. Healthy Living

    Our Well-being Framework

    • Promote the learning of voice as a vehicle for transformative growth and self-awareness. 
    • Enhance core components of wellbeing
    • Cultivate individual strengths and personal motivations to promote wellbeing and learning

    Our Story

    Vocalogy is a singing studio in Singapore that draws upon multi-modality wellness practices that enhance mental, emotional and physical well-being. Our teaching emphasises the growth and fertilisation of  physical, intellectual, relational and emotional skills deeply grounded in self-awareness. Our aim is not to achieve or to excel. Instead, we promote the importance of training the heart, as well as the mind, so that the seeds of creativity, compassion and courage may take root and grow.

    We put the ‘art’ in ‘heart’. Positive mental health is necessary to prevent depression, increase resilience and life satisfaction, encourage social responsibility, promote creativity, foster learning and enhance achievement. Our students flower to become engaged, productive and purposeful learners curiously pursuing their dreams and changing the world.

    Welcome to Vocalogy

    Our Values

    ‘Vocalogy’ means the ‘study of Voice’.

    Our logo is the lotus, symbolizing 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. Green is also the color of the nature.

    The yellow of the logo represents the sun that shines upon the world, uniting all our destinies.

    Our Method

    We recognise that Voice as a biopsychosocial phenomenon.

    Shallow breathing and tense muscles are a manifestation of that phenomenon. These affect the individual’s voice,  as well as other aspects of life such as their mental, emotional and physical health.

    We actively affect change to the homeostatic balance through Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy holistic healing, neurology and neuropsychology in our voice class, to move the autonomous nervous system away from a more sympathetic (stress-based) function, into a parasympathetic (repair & digest). This shift forms the foundation on which we build a functional voice.

    The conditioned response in practicing for voice class will benefit other aspects of the individual’s life because the body functions as a unified whole.

    We facilitate holistic healing through voice teaching.

    Our Services
    Provide voice teaching and coaching services in all styles for leisure, academic and professional purposes
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    Talent Agency for professional-level students
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    Clinical Hypnotherapy for positive behavioral change
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    Cultivate emotional and mental resilience through transformative merchandise
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    Jin Shin Jyutsu holistic healing for mental, emotional and physical wellness.
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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 private studio students have won first prize in international competitions such as AC Melos Tokyo Grand Prix,  American Protege, Vienna New Year’s Concert International Music Competition & eMuse and have performed in Carnegie Hall, Llangollen (Wales), Athens and Vienna. Students may be regularly seen in the winners’ lists of Singapore & regional vocal competitions such as AsianArts Awards, B*Dazzled, Asian Dreamerz, Singapore Lyric Opera-South East Asia Vocal Competition to name a few.

    Her work is influenced by metaphysical traditional North Asian healing methods such as Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy and Traditional Chinese Medicine. It also incorporates mind-body practice taken from Taichi and concepts such as 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 work of Jacques Emile Dalcroze, the teaching of Amanda Colliver (Akasha Studios) & the body-voice work of Dr. Joan Melton.

    She is a proud member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnotists (UK), Somatic Voicework Teachers’ Association (US) and the Performing Arts Medicine Association (US).

    * Please refer to LinkedIn for complete list of courses attended.