Meet your voice


Singing is our birthright

For thousands of years all over the world people have sung, without worrying about having a “good” voice. Singing has been a part of life, a way of binding communities.

Creating an accepting community is an essential element of the Natural Voice approach: a community where singing together is a natural experience that is open and accessible to all.


Polyphonic Singing

Polyphonic literally means 'many voices'. Singing in harmony with others fosters a sense of connection and achievement, boosting confidence.

Community Singing

Do you want to improve your mental and physical wellbeing while creating glorious music with others? My open-access groups are fun and inclusive. Whatever your experience, you are welcome.


Whether you want a mass choir at your festival, a Georgian song for your choir’s repertoire, or to foster well being through song in your community, get in touch to book me for your event or group.

"I don't sing because I'm happy. I'm happy because I sing."

About the Method

I blend together my training in Natural Voice, Georgian polyphony, embodiment practices and experimental vocal technique to create a unique practice. 

Georgian Polyphonic Singing

A soul touching experience

This ancient music connects to something deep inside us, to the earth and to our global ancestors. Singers are responsible for carrying their own melody, and combining it with others to create something that is more than the sum of its parts. 

Why Sing?

Physical and Mental Health Benefits


  • Regular and deep breathing can improve lung health and capacity
  • Controlled breathing releases endorphins and activates parts of the brain related to emotion
  • Singing with others gives a sense of connection and belonging in a community. 
  • Improve memory
  • Helps us to be in the present moment

No equipment needed – your body is your instrument!

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You ran the workshop in a super assured, inclusive and knowledgeable fashion which made it easy for everyone to participate.

Philip Read, Choir Leader

Thank you for leading us safely and gently into Georgian song. It was a pleasure and a joy. I connected with a few other singers and left feeling very refreshed.

Marie O’brien, Choir Leader

Thanks again for such an amazing workshop on Sunday, I've been singing Varado on loop all of yesterday and today!

Rory Skaista, Musician