EVT COURSE REGISTRATION AGREEMENT
Estill Voice International (EVI) is providing you with an opportunity to
learn and use Estill Voice Training® (EVT) including the Figures for Voice TM. We are confident that you will find EVT useful in your
speaking and singing. When you register for an EVT course or workshop, you
agree to follow the principles outlined below, designed to protect the
health of your voice as well as the integrity of this extraordinary work.
Regarding Vocal Health:
The exercises presented in this course are deemed safe for the voice when
done correctly and with supervision. Taking an exercise out of its context
within the whole of Estill Voice Training® could place
your voice at risk. It is EVI's mission to promote vocal health; however,
we make no claims nor guarantees. You are solely responsible for the
health of your voice. Consistent with starting any physical training
program, you should:
1) Seek the advice of a doctor such as a Laryngologist (an Ear-Nose-Throat
doctor who specializes in the voice) prior to participating in this - or
any - program of vocal study if you have any concerns about your vocal
2) Notify your instructor if you have ever been diagnosed with a voice
disorder or if you suspect that you might have one now. (Your
confidentiality will be protected.)
3) Invest the time required to learn how to perform each exercise correctly
and at "most comfortable vocal effort" under the supervision of an Estill
Master Trainer or Estill Mentor and Course Instructor.
1) All EVT materials, books, papers, pamphlets, video and audio media and
their contents, logos, and visuals are copyrighted and proprietary and
cannot be reproduced in any form without the express written consent of
Estill Voice International. Please visit www.estillvoice.com/Store
for teaching materials available to the public.
2) Use of Estill Voice Training® logos as part of your
professional marketing absent official EVI certification is prohibited. You
may list the EVT courses and workshops you have completed in a curriculum
vitae as evidence of professional development. A "Certificate of
Attendance" does not qualify you as an EVT teacher or practitioner.
Should your Course Presenter grant you permission to record any portion of
the course (audio or video), your signature below indicates your agreement
that these recordings are for your personal use only and that they will not
be played, uploaded to web-based media, nor transcribed for anyone else.