The Team

@skingvocal stephenkingvocal
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Voice users from all over the world trust Stephen with their vocal recovery and rehabilitation. He has personally worked with Hollywood A-listers right through to World Champion Beatboxers, and owns the multidisciplinary VOICE CARE CENTRE in London’s West End.

Passionate about professional development, Stephen has acquired a breadth of knowledge from his qualifications in Advanced Clinical Massage, Medical Acupuncture, Manual Maxillofacial Therapy, Spinal Manipulation, Anatomy (including human dissection) and Voice Pedagogy, and is now continuing his studies into Psychotherapy.

As an advocate of health and wellbeing, Stephen co-founded the not for profit Vocal Health Education with Dr Jenevora Williams, seeking to educate every single voice user around the world on the subject of Vocal Health.

Lydia Flock

@lydiaflock flockstarscoaching
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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.

Brenda Shankey
PGCE, Dip.Mind.Med, DipC.Mind.Med, MBCBT

@brendashankey brendashankey
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Mindfulness and Success Coaching

Mindset success coach, Brenda Shankey works predominantly in London’s West End coaching performers, singers, dancers, actors pre-stage, TV and film productions. Covering everything from: confidence, stage nerves, loss of voices, forgetting lines, sleeplessness, learning to relax, injury recovery, anxiety, panic attacks, fears, the list is endless!

Brenda works full time with students in one of London’s top performing arts universities on performance mindset training, coaching them on overcoming old habits, fears and emotions, and building resilience and positive futures. When not at The Urdang Academy, Brenda runs meditation classes in London and Belfast for both kids and adults. With Brenda’s specialism in Children’s mindfulness her extensive career has seen her working with 5-12 year olds from primary schools to specific one to one coaching. As well as her mindfulness coaching, she is a published author and was named Business Woman of the Year 2012. She won an Outstanding Contribution award from Princess Ann for 5 years charity work for Save the Children and was also the chair of Ballyhackamore Business Association for 6 years.

In 2019, Brenda had the much coveted space to talk and share her expertise at the World Mental Health Day, London City Hall.

Ronan Radin
MAMT, MA, BA (hons), Cert.RNMT

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Ronan is part of the first cohort of Vocal Massage therapists to be trained by Stephen in the Certificate in Vocal Myofascial Release.

Qualified from the Brandon Raynor International School of Massage, Ronan first specialised in Deep Tissue Massage before training in vocal massage. Recognising that no client is the same, Ronan provides tailored treatments to suit each individual, whether they have a particular problem/injury or just need to keep on top of their physical well-being.

In 2019, Ronan attended his first Laryngeal Dissection at King’s College, this allowed him to completely understand the structures and science behind vocal myofascial release.

Having trained in Musical Theatre at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and having worked as an actor, director and producer, Ronan understands the needs and demands of those in the Performing Arts Industry. Whilst his clients work in various sectors, Ronan mostly works with performers, athletes and professional singers to eliminate physical and emotional tension. He has recently worked with touring artists at the o2 and Wembley, enabling them to reach their full potential at sold out performances.

Ronan has been successfully running the London Raynor Massage company since 2017. For any deep tissue appointments we are happy to recommend London Raynor Massage.

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Chloe Spencer
AVCM, BA (hons), MSc, MOst
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Having originally trained as a Massage Therapist, Chloe is a graduate from the University College of Osteopathy with a Masters in Osteopathy (MOst). Specialising in care of the voice, Her final research project explored the management of Muscle Tension Dysphonia, with other research delving into osteopathic techniques under endoscopic evaluation.

With a background in singing, both in teaching and performance, Chloe has a unique insight into manual therapy for the voice. Her approach is both holistic and patient centred: she treats the whole person, not just the voice, and actively encourages the patient to be part of the solution. Her techniques include standard osteopathic techniques of manipulation and soft tissue work, alongside more gentle interventions depending on the individual case. She works as a resident osteopath in a clinic in Surrey, is a regular observer at nearby NHS voice clinics and is also the resident osteopath at the Voice Care Centre, London.

Dr Jenevora Williams
PhD, BA (hons), ARCM

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Vocal Rehabilitation Coaching (BAPAM registered)

Dr Jenevora Williams is a leading exponent in the field of vocal health and singing teaching. After a successful career in Opera, Jenevora turned her attention to investigating healthy and efficient vocal function. The combination of academic study and practical experience has resulted in a unique perception for understanding the human voice. She was the first singing teacher to be awarded a PhD in voice science in the UK, and won the 2010 BVA Van Lawrence Prize for her outstanding contribution to voice research. Her book, Teaching Singing to Children and Young Adults, has been enormously popular with singing teachers throughout the world. She is wellknown for her imaginative and rigorous training courses for singing teachers in the UK, the US and Europe. As a teacher of singing, she works with professional singers of all ages, as well as working in and training teachers for Vocal Rehabilitation for BAPAM and the NHS.

Duncan Rock
MMus(voice), MMperf(opera), PGCert (Nutritional Science), MRSPH

@drock_baritone duncan.rock
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Duncan is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London) and West Australian Academy of Performing Arts. He has an active career as an operatic Baritone performing roles at many of the world’s leading opera houses including: the Metropolitan Opera, the Royal Opera, Glyndebourne, English National Opera, Teatro Real and the Boston Lyric Opera. As a baritone soloist he has recorded and performed with the London Symphony Orchestra and the BBC Symphony orchestra.

Concurrently with his performing career Duncan works as a Nutritionist and Nutritional Science Writer. He holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Nutritional Science, an advanced diploma in nutrition and weight management and is completing an MSc in Nutritional Science.

His speciality is combining his parallel fields of study and providing nutritional information for performing artists. He is cognisant, from both an academic and personal standpoint, of the heavy demands of a busy performing schedule that often includes the demands of rigorous travel. He has been using his knowledge of diet and nutrition to propel his own career as well as help other performers attain optimal vocal and physical health.

Lauren Gray
BSc. (Hons), CertMRCSLT HCPC registered

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Speech Therapy

Lauren is a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist who is passionate about providing evidence based clinical practice. Her particular interests within the field of voice include: supporting clients to use good vocal hygiene techniques; managing the implications of stress and anxiety on vocal function, and practical therapy approaches to help relieve muscle tension voice difficulties. Whilst working in Queensland, Australia for two years, she certified as a Lee Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT) practitioner, which enables her to deliver a highly-structured and intensive therapy programme to people whose voice has been affected by acquired neurological conditions such as MS or Parkinson’s disease.

Lauren graduated from City University London in 2014 and worked with voice outpatients within the NHS as part of a primary contact ENT clinic at Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust. More recently, she has been trained in performing nasendoscopic evaluations: her expertise in working with the laryngeal tract and subsequent physiology is therefore extensive. She currently works as part of the SLT team at Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust treating clients who have suffered from head and neck cancer, whose voice may have been impacted by radiotherapy exposure or surgery.

The diversity and uniqueness of the human voice and its ability to create emotion and reaction from an audience has always fascinated Lauren, and theatre was present in her life from an early age. Lauren completed her LAMDA Grade 8 Gold Medal Solo Acting and plays saxophone and flute. She thrives on working with clients to help them achieve their maximum vocal potential, by setting realistic and achievable goals during each session.

Lydia Hart


@lydiahartvoice lydiahartvoice
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Speech Therapy

Lydia Hart is fast becoming a leading practitioner in Vocal Rehabilitation, combining her expertise as a voice specialist Speech and Language Therapist with her passion for wellbeing and holistic treatment. Lydia is known for being vibrant, caring and truly passionate about her work, and she strives to provide the best possible treatment for her patients. Additionally, Lydia is a singer herself, which expands her appreciation for the human voice as well as her skill set as a voice therapist, which is invaluable when working with elite level vocalists.

Lydia completed her four year BSc in Speech and Language Therapy in 2015, at the University of Reading. Lydia spent two years working with swallowing disorders, before undertaking comprehensive clinical training in Voice and Upper Airway disorders. Alongside her work at Voice Care Centre, Lydia provides NHS outpatient voice therapy as well as running the Joint Voice Clinic at Wexham Park Hospital, alongside renowned laryngologist Declan Costello. She is a trainer with the innovating Vocal Health Education and Vocal Massage Training UK. She has attended the Estill level 1 and 2 courses with The Voice Explained and has trained in Vocal Massage, Myofascial Release and further laryngeal manipulation, with Stephen King.

Lydia has vast experience working with individuals experiencing voice disorders such as muscle tension dysphonia, vocal cord nodules, cysts and polyps, vocal cord paralysis, as well as other upper airway complaints like globus, throat clearing, and chronic cough. Lydia has an extensive range of skills and treatment techniques, including postural and breath work, relaxation and mindfulness, and specialist voice rehabilitation exercises to enable return to full vocal function.

Lydia can also provide advice for management of acid reflux, respiratory conditions and nasal airway issues, as the effect of these conditions on the voice can be underestimated. Lydia genuinely cares about her clients, and uses her expertise to provide detailed assessment and diagnosis of voice problems, in order to deliver holistic treatment programmes tailored to suit each individual.

over 200 years of combined experience in the field of vocal health