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Together we will look for a touch that will set you on a path towards relief.


Work with one of London's leading voice practitioners to discover a path toward vocal freedom and relief.

Robert is an Advanced Clinical Massage Therapist registered with the British Performing Arts Medicine Association who works with the multi disciplinary team at the award winning Voice Care Centre. 

At Broadwick Street he offers Laryngeal Manual Therapy, Voice Massage, Abdominal Massage and TMJ massage and acupuncture. 

One of London’s leading voice practitioners with over twenty years experience in Britain and Ireland. He has worked extensively in the professional theatre and at many of the most prestigious drama schools in Britain and Ireland, including Rada – where he held the senior post in voice – as well as Lamda, East 15, the Central School of Speech and Drama, Arts Ed, BADA (in association with the Yale School of Drama), Rose Bruford and the Lir in Dublin. He holds a Masters Degree in Voice Studies from the Central School of Speech and Drama and was awarded a Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy for his work with voices in the British Conservatoire. He trained in Vocal Massage with Stephen King of The Voice Care Centre and has pursued post graduate training in Manual Therapy for Voice and Swallowing disorders with Walt Fritz. He is also a Medical Acupuncturist.  

Vocal Massage

There are several quite different approaches to vocal massage (or vocal manual therapy) on offer in London. My training was largely with Stephen King (not that one...another one) who's approach looks to work through a person centred approach using the best evidence available.


We don't believe that this kind of work should hurt. And we think that you are the expert in your own discomfort.


Employing soft tissue and myofascial techniques this is a pain free approach hoping to offer a profound connection to the issues presented through a dialogue with you.


Depending on your needs the work will look at the neck, jaw, tongue and larynx. This type of vocal massage is carried out fully clothed and will leave you unmarked and able to work soon afterwards. 


Visit me at 58 Broadwick Street in the heart of Soho

Vocal massage can help you with: 

  • Vocal Fatigue and discomfort,

  • Muscle Tension Dysphonia,

  • The sensation of a lump in the throat,

  • Vocal range and ease,

  • Jaw and tongue root tension.

  • TMJD and tooth grinding.

  • Recovery from Whiplash.

  • Difficulty swallowing.


In the heart of the West End, Until Soho offers superb and fully air-conditioned facilities for your visit. 

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