Location & Contact
Voice Care Centre
58 Broadwick St
Soho, London W1F 7AL
If you have questions about your voice, a troubling diagnosis or want to set measurable goals by which you can progress as a vocalist, please book the “Initial Assessment” and come in to have a chat. We can no longer answer any questions over email regarding your voice.
The “Initial Assessment” can be booked with Stephen, Ronan or Lydia, and can be booked any day of the week (except Saturday).
If you can’t visit us in London, why not let us come to you? We have set up the VOICE CARE CENTRE AT HOME treatment options, where we can provide our therapeutic interventions via Zoom, and we are especially proud of our brand new service; SELF GUIDED VOCAL MASSAGE, which takes this intervention to a whole new level.
Once you have made an appointment, you will be given a ZOOM link via email on the day of your appointment to your booking email address.
Lydia Flock is a dynamic singing and speaking voice coach, practitioner, and researcher. She is graduate of the internationally respected Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (MA in Music Theatre) as well as the University of Virginia (BA in Drama, with honours). Her educational background also includes 2.5 years of training at the esteemed Ithaca College (New York) in their BFA Musical Theatre programme. Lydia is a qualified Vocal Health First Aider with Vocal Health Education, has expertise in Knight-Thompson Speechwork, and is a member of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association, the British Voice Association, and is an associate member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. She is due to qualify in Vocal Massage Training with the Voice Care Centre in February 2021. Lydia is also in the process of working Stephen King to eventually serve as a vocal coach for the Voice Care Centre.
As a voice teacher and practitioner, Lydia founded Flockstars Coaching, a holistic voice coaching company in London and online that uses the speaking and singing voice as a vehicle for healing, confidence building and personal development. She is on the visiting staff for Arts Educational Schools, London and is Senior Voice Tutor at the Kogan Academy of Dramatic Arts. Her unique interest in the interactions between voicework and wellbeing have led to collaborations with Real Talk Practice (Danielle Pinals, LMHC) and The Creative Genius (Nicolette Wilson-Clarke).
Lydia is a promising academic and is dedicated to evidence-based practice. Her research titled Freedom of the Singing Voice: An Exploration of the Mind-Body Connection, Performance Anxiety and Confidence through Methods of Fitzmaurice Voicework, Organic Intelligence, and Ziva Meditation is currently in press with the renowned academic journal, Voice and Speech Review. She is also collaborating with Chris Johnson (Vocal Coach) on a research project investigating singing voice assessment and diagnosis. Lydia is passionate about research and development and is committed to incorporating the latest research in voice science within her professional practice.