PhoenixAgain was started in 1991 by Liz McNaughton who delivers voice training and coaching for speaking and singing either privately or on a corporate level. Read more

  One-to-one and group training and coaching sessions


For those who want to speak clearly and effectively in presentations, speeches, interviews and auditions and, by developing a flexible, healthy voice, to deliver their message with confidence and impact.

Accent Reduction

Sessions for second language English speakers.

Voicework for Wellbeing Workshops

For teachers and anyone who experiences a lot of vocal 'wear and tear' at work - call centre agents, marketing executives, lawyers, broadcasters, clergy - and want to know how to take care of their voices.
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For complete beginners as well as established and professional performers - ABRSM exams, GCSE and A-level performance practice, audition pieces for college and university entrance, choir auditions or just for pleasure. 

Voicework for Wellbeing Singing Workshops

For teachers in schools and colleges and for carers and cared-for with dementia, Parkinson's disease and stroke.


Voicework for Wellbeing Training Workshops

Training for professional and private carers, as singing workshop leaders. Courses can be designed for specific group or individual neuro-impairment needs, e.g. Alzheimer's and other dementias, Parkinson's disease, stroke and Down's syndrome.
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Latest news!

Liz has produced a book, along with fellow teacher, Matthew Kemp, on the importance of voice care for teachers. VocalChoices  encourages teachers to do exercises with their pupils and was published in the autumn of 2016.