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A lot of my clients are international, so my main form of contact is via WhatsApp. 

*Please note - It isn't always possible to answer the phone due to teaching. Please use the contact form, or pop me an email or WhatsApp and I will get back to you ASAP.

Monday:                                  Closed

Tuesday:                                  Closed

Wednesday:                            9:00 – 20:00

Thursday:                                12:00 – 20:00

Friday:                                     11:00 - 17:00

Saturday:                                10:00 – 16:00

Sunday:                                   Closed

Any questions?
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*Please note - We will use these details to reply to your message either via email, text, phone or WhatsApp. 

  • What can I expect in my first voice lesson?
    In the first session, we will first have a quick chat before we start singing. This is so I can get to know you and to discuss how you're feeling about your voice, where you would like to improve and what you would like to achieve. I will then have a listen to your voice; first of all doing a simple scale (don't worry if you dont know this) and possibly singing a song (please have a song in mind). We will then put our plan that we discussed into action! It is important to me, that you feel safe and comfortable in every lesson, as this is YOUR lesson and it is is tailored to YOU. So feel free to jump in and ask ANY questions you may have along the way. Click here to read more about what to expect in lessons.
  • How much do lessons cost?
    Individual Lessons 30 Minute Lesson - £25.00 45 Minute Lesson - £35.00 60 Minute Lesson - £45.00 Lesson Packages (4 or 8 Lessons) 4 x 30 Minute Lessons - £87.50 (Package includes 50% off 1 lesson!) 4 x 45 Minute Lessons - £122.50 (Package includes 50% off 1 lesson!) 4 x 60 Minute Lessons - £157.50 (Package includes 50% off 1 lesson!) 8 x 30 Minute Lessons - £175.00 (Package includes 1 lesson FREE!) 8 x 45 Minute Lessons - £245.00 (Package includes 1 lesson FREE!) 8 x 60 Minute Lessons - £315.00 (Package includes 1 lesson FREE!) These prices reflect Rachel's training and continuous professional development. To read more about Rachel visit -
  • Where do the lessons take place?
    Currently, all lessons take place online via ZOOM. Click here to read about Online Lessons.
  • I am a beginner, are lessons suitable for me?"
    Yes! We all have to start somewhere! The lessons are tailored to your voice and what you would like to achieve. I make sure in every lesson, you feel safe and comfortable so we can really optimise learning.
  • Are online lessons worth it?
    Yes! Online Lessons are as beneficial as in-person lessons, but with the benefit of being in the comfort of your own home and avoiding travel. Feeling comfortable and relaxed in a voice lesson has great benefits, so being at home can sometimes enhance this. It also means when you practise, you can recreate and reinforce exactly what we did and how you felt in the lesson. Click here to read more about online lessons.
  • How often should I book voice lessons?
    There isn't a straight answer to this question as it depends on how much you're practising, what you're aiming / working towards and your budget. Practise is key, so making sure you're getting an adequate amount of practise done between lessons, little and often, will be most beneficial. If you feel like you can practise once every day, weekly lessons would be perfect to keep learning and progressing towards your goal. If you feel you can't get much practise done, fortnightly lessons or lessons every so often might be better for you, to give you more time to practise and reinforce what we learnt in a previous lesson. On the other hand, having a future lesson scheduled, can sometimes help to motivate a student to work and practise towards.
  • How many lessons do I need to take to be a good singer?
    This is a difficult question to answer and it depends on lots of factors. Where you're currently at, what we are working towards, how much we practise, bad habits, vocal health etc. Some people do naturally learn faster than others. It is individual to each student.
  • Should I share my medical history with my voice teacher?
    Yes! This is important, as the voice is part of the body. Anything that effects the body, can effect the voice. It has even been shown that some medications (completley unrelated to the voice) can cause adverse effects on the voice. The more information we know, the more we will be able to make sure the lessons are personalised and suited to you and your voice. If you are unsure whether your medication effects your voice, Rachel can send you a link to The National Centre for Voice & Speech medication list!
  • What age should I be to take voice lessons?
    No matter what your age is, you can benefit from taking voice lessons! However, we would recommend a minimum age of 6, to make sure you can benefit the most of out of lessons. Click here to find out more about what a vocal lesson includes. It doesn't matter what age you are, as you age, your voice will continue to change. So it is always beneficial to continue to develop your technique for optimal vocal use/health. If you are under the age of 10, we would recommend taking 30 minute lessons.
  • Do I have to practise?
    Yes. Practise is a very important part of the process. This is because we are learning a skill, and working with the body. If an athlete only trained once a week, would this be enough for them to be their best and/or get better? No. It is really important that we reinforce what we learnt in the previous lesson. Each lesson you take with me, you will be asked if you would like the lesson to be recorded (I would recommend this). This means you can listen back and practise along with your latest lesson recording as often as you would like. You will also have access to the Student Area on my website, where you will have practise materials too! Ideally, practising mindfully for at least 30 minutes per day would be perfect, but I know not everybody can fit this into their schedule. So at least 5 minutes per day, will still be beneficial. Little and often practise, spread out over the week is better than practising for a few hours, once a week.
  • What is Rachel qualified in?
    Rachel has an extensive background in vocal training and teacher certifications. She prides herself in learning and making sure she is always up to date with latest voice science and research. To learn more about Rachel's training and CPD click here.
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