Now we would like to welcome our client who is flying to us, as we speak, from New Zealand.

Her name is Tania G and she is a Spasmodic Dysphonia sufferer.

To Tania’s credit, she never gave up looking for a treatment of such a nasty voice disorder and not even gave up on finding a cure – whereas the conventional medicine has been confirming in each and every publication that there is no cure for such disorder can be administered.

Partially, they are right, but not in all cases. I categorize this very complicated voice disorder ( similar to cancer ) containing 4 stages within the parameters of such illness. If the voice repair client would come with the aforementioned disorder at its stage 1 and 2, I was achieving very good and proven results; and, even in some cases, I was able to bring the sufferer’s voice back to at least 85% – 95%.

The above-described is applicable for where the spasms have some space between each other. If the spasms are fast and there is hardly any (if at all) straight line present during the conversation, I categorize it as stage 3 (somewhat treatable) or even stage 4 (where there is no treatment or cure can be achieved).

When we first got to know Tania, she said: “Everything this planet had to offer, I had already tried”. Unfortunately, her trying to achieve the desired result,  as of now, came to no avail. She said that the Vocal Science™ method and its holistic approach to voice mechanics is her last hope.

It took her nearly a year to pay off her bill for our services (due to family circumstances and some unfortunate events); but, as of 2 weeks ago, her mission was finally accomplished! 

Way to go, Tania!

From our side, we will employ our best efforts, our extensive experience and expertise to realize Tania’s dreams to whichever degree possible! Stay tuned! We will reveal to you the result upon completion of 50 hours of our famous Non-Surgical Voice Repair Course, coupled with Natural Herbal and some Homeopathic Treatment.

We will be in touch with you on the synopsis of the above matter and bring it to you as soon as it becomes available. We do hope, as for everybody else, that the best is yet to come for Tania and it is literally already around the corner!

Safe flight and happy landing in Toronto, Tania.

Vocal Science™ in the UK – September 2019 (for a limited time)!

Attention residents of the United Kingdom and other European countries!

Ms. Diana Yampolsky – The World-Renowned Master Vocal Coach/Non-Surgical Voice Repair Specialist, will be working out of London U.K,

While there ( for a limited time ), Ms. Yampolsky will be offering consultations, voice/vocal coaching, and non-surgical voice repair. 🙂

This trip will take place in the early part of September 2019.

As of now, Ms. Yampolsky has available: September the 5th, September the 6th, September the 9th & September the 10th 2019!

The above dates will be given away to those who will come first to obtain them. HURRY… Make any of those dates yours before they are gone!
(September 7th and September 8th have already been booked!)

If you are interested in this unique approach to speaking and/or singing voice mechanics or are in need of our revolutionary Non-Surgical Voice Repair services, please contact Ms. Yampolsky directly at 416-857-8741

Also, do not hesitate to email us at: info@repairyourvoicce.com

Voice Repair Testimonial Excerpt from Raphaelle and Michael Tamura.

Voice repair testimonial from Raphaelle & Michael Tamura – Celebrated Spiritual Teachers, Mentors, Radio Announcers, Clairvoyant Visionaries – from Sacramento, California, USA.

Thank you with all. my heart, Diana! These folks who suffer from voice disorders really need you & your teachings – they are so lucky to find you, really really lucky! As for us, yes, we continue to “smile and bite”!! Have a lovely day.Love, Raphaelle”

Read Raphaelle and Michael Tamura’s extensive testimonials by following the link HERE

Voice Repair Treatment in Sacramento & San Francisco, California! – May 8th to May 19th, 2019!

-Attention USA and West Coast Canadian Clients – Ms. Yampolsky, will, once again, be coming to the United States! 🙂

This is a new update on Ms. Yampolsky’s upcoming trip to the U.S.

(This time, she will be working out of Sacramento & San Francisco, California!)

During her time-sensitive stay, she will be teaching, consulting and repairing voices – from May the 8th to May the 19th 2019.

Below is a mini itinerary for Ms. Yampolsky’s trip!

  • Ms. Yampolsky will be working with a client in Sacramento from May 8th to May the 15th inclusively.
  • During that time, (and as of now) she will be available for Saturday, May 11th for a maximum of 4 hours – also, possibly on the evenings of May 10th, 12th, 13th and 14th.
  • In San Francisco, she will be available (as of now) mornings and evenings of May 17th, 18th and 19th.

Ms. Yampolsky will be engaged in important projects/meetings and, nonetheless, sessions; therefore, her time will be (as usual) highly in demand.

So If any of you would like to have a 2-hour consultation, 5-hour exploratory session, or a 10 hour (if available) private one-on-one non-surgical voice repair course and treatment with Ms. Yampolsky, please contact us as soon as possible at 416-857-8741, or email us at info@vocalscience.com

On this note, we hope to see you there (or in Toronto, Canada) soon.

All you have to lose is your stress and fear; All you have to gain is your voice and overall health

 All you have to lose is your stress and fear; All you have to gain is your voice and overall health. This is an informative voice repair article titled: Non-Surgical Voice Repair Via Vocal Science ™ Method. All you have to lose is your stress and fear; All you have to gain is your voice and overall health.

Article: Vocal Cord Damage Acquired during Open Heart Surgery…?

We would like to present to you with an article/case study which focuses on one of our voice repair clients who had suffered from vocal cord damage and Muscle tension dysphonia(MTD). This article also has insight on what it takes to non-surgically treat vocal cord damage and/or MTD.

The title of this article/case study is, “Vocal Cord Damage Acquired during Open Heart Surgery…?” To read the article, click on the title or image above.