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Listening is nothing less but the ‘royal route’ to the divine. Dr. Alfred Tomatis

Listening therapy is one of the best-kept secrets in the performing arts. Maria Callas, Beniamino Gigli and Gerard Depardieu have all been clients of Professor Tomatis. But it is not only performers who can benefit from the treatment - all those who rely on vocal skills from politicians to sales

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The Listening Centre, London was established by Ella Williams in May 2001. Ella - also known an Elita, first became aware of the work of Dr.Tomatis whilst performing in Strauss's "Elektra" at the Sydney Festival in 2000. Fascinated by what she read, she resolved to take a course of therapy in the

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Dr. Alfred Tomatis was born on the first of January 1920. Son of a well-known operatic baritone from Nice and an Italian mother he studied medicine in Paris before, during and after the Second World War. A combination of research into the occupationally deaf for the French

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Tomatis Listening Therapy has a wide range of applications. It is used to assist concentration and help children who experience attention deficit disorder and dyslexia. It is also offered to pregnant women to help them feel more relaxed. The aim of the therapy is to improve auditory processing with a specialised programme of listening which brings about a better response of the muscles of the middle ear.

The methods used by the Listeneing Centre (London), known as Listening Therapy, are based on the published works of Alfred A.Tomatis and use only the original analogue form of sound.