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Here at Partners in Expression
I am dedicated to supporting you to rebuild a relationship with your body, heart, and voice so that you achieve your dreams and live whole heartedly. I provide committed loving support for your voice through Integrative Voice Therapy and Embodied Voice Care sessions.
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Partner with me for Integrative Voice therapy! As a registered speech language pathologist in Ontario, I support children, teens and adults with their voice rehabilitation needs.
Embodied Voice Care
Embodied voice care weaves together movement and voice care practices that support you in rebuilding a relationship with your body, heart & voice. Sessions explore tuning into the language of the body through noticing sensation and vibration. Focus less on how it looks & sounds and more on how it feels!
The Vocal Playground is an online group offering, a place to explore embodied voice care practices together. Come as you are for movement and vocal play. Each session weaves together Qoya Inspired Movement and voice care practices.
Hi, I’m Martha!
A voice enthusiast, movement teacher and speech language pathologist who understands what it’s like to experience vocal strain and fatigue during a teaching day.
I’m passionate about multiple forms of expression, using movement and music as co-teachers in voice care work. I’m dedicated to supporting people to rebuild their relationship with their body, heart and voice so they can achieve their dreams and live whole-heartedly.
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