Bodywork and Movement Training:
Alexander Techworks. Jean-Louis does deep and helpful work using Alexander Technique: alexandertechworks.com
Erika Ackerman. Erika's unique offering of movement training and breath-based bodywork creates a great synergy in my work with students: themovementsalon.com
Five Rhythms. A great class to explore freeform movement: spiritweaves.com/classes
Medical Referrals for Voice:
Some kinds of vocal difficulty may require medical attention. See an otolaryngologist (a doctor who specializes in working with the ear, nose, and throat, also called an ENT) to get a proper diagnosis. Often they will "scope" you, which involves sending a small camera into your throat to see what is really happening.
If the doctor's diagnosis warrants it, a speech pathologist may work with you afterwards to help you learn how to manage and improve your condition.
Dr Reena Gupta - Otolaryngologist, Osborne Head & Neck Institute, Cedars Sinai Medical Towers. Dr. Gupta is one of the rare ENT's who specializes in the voice: webpage
Joanna Cazden - Speech Pathologist, Cedars Sinai. Joanna Cazden is a highly respected speech pathologist with extensive singing and performing experience; she has also completed the Fitzmaurice Voicework Certification Program: joannacazden.com
Esalen Institute. Esalen is a wonderful place to take a holiday/learning excursion for your body and mind. See their calendar for different workshops: esalen.org - BIG SUR, CA
Olympic Spa. The Olympic Spa is for women only - some of my students swear by the scrubs offered by the Korean women who work there.: olympicspala.com
Wi Spa. Wi Spa is Korean spa in Korea Town that accommodates both men and women: wispausa.com
I have attended and recommend the classes at each of these yoga studios in Los Angeles.
Bryan Kest's Power Yoga: PowerYoga.com
Iyengar Yoga Institute of Los Angeles: IYILA.org
Overview of Popular Yoga Studios in LA: YogaJournal.com/travel
Yoga Works: Yogaworks.com
Note: I do not receive compensation for providing these links.