Livia Cuypers (°1974) is a qualified speech therapist and a certified Lichtenberger voice didactician. She works full-time with speakers and singers wishing to sustainably master their voice.

Profile Livia Cuypers

Livia is fascinated by music and sound. On qualifying as a speech therapist in1995, she became a practitioner. She also studied the development of her own speaking and singing voice, which brought her in contact with the Lichtenberger method. The effects and changes that she experienced convinced her to study this method in depth. In 2005 she became an experienced certified Lichtenberg voice didactician.

In addition she finished several intensive courses in “Complete Vocal Technique” (CVT), a Danish method that gave her a deep understanding of vocal use in different singing styles. She also applies many of these techniques to the speaking voice. Moreover, she uses elements of the American method “Estill Voice Training” (EVT).

Although the Lichtenberg method is still her principal approach, Livia very consciously studies from that perspective the wealth of different methods to explore and nurture the versatility and subtlety of the voice. This strong basis is further informed by her own insights gained through 20 years as a practitioner.

Livia likes to explore several singing techniques required in classical singing, singing songwriting, as well as pop and rock with a view to fully understanding the needs and expectations of a broad range of singers. Livia gives individual voice coaching sessions twice a year in the Music Centre at Het Depot, Leuven. In addition since more then 10 years she has a joint projects with the Incantanti ensemble led by Christian Klucker in Switzerland.

Livia serves as external assessor for Bachelor thesis students specializing in voice at the Arteveldehogeschool Gent and the Thomas More Hogeschool in Antwerpen, in the Speech Therapy department. This service reinforces the link between her practice and academic research and further informs her efficient application of voice technique in voice therapy.

Livia is currently a guest teacher for post graduate students studying voice at the Thomas More Hogeschool in Antwerpen, within the Speech Therapy and Audiology department. She is also secretary of the EVTA (European Voice Teachers Association België) .


Voice therapy

Do you have voice problems and want to develop a healthy voice?

You want to understand what more sound with less effort implies.

Livia’s voice test will identify your problems. If necessary, she will advise you consult an ear nose and throat medic who can provide a clinical diagnosis and prescribe therapy.

Online sessions are possible too!

Voice Lesson
Livia Cuypers on the piano

Voice coaching

Is your voice healthy, but in need of development?

You want more sound with less effort.

Online sessions are possible too!

Speaking Voice & Singing Voice

Emphasis is given to either speaking, singing or both, depending on your goal. Applications such as presentations, songs, arias are explored. We carefully work towards your personal goal with the health of the voice as the central objective. We continuously assess and reassess individual potential. This often neglected “gold mine” is explored step by step through stimulating awareness raising exercise leading to mastery. To this end, Livia’s approach avoids artificial vocal manipulation, by triggering natural self regulation.

Image: Shower Singer



Algemene info:

Target Group: Singers (amateur and professional) who have a special interest in developing their singing voice in a healthy and natural way. Some experience with the Lichtenberg method is welcome but not necessary.

Purpose: develop “the layering” of the voice. For this purpose, a wide range of fundamental voice themes is addressed, such as “a sound compass ”, “the ear”, “the voice box”, “the nose”, “breath”, …. In addition, participants’ individual exercises will be explicitly reviewed to help optimize the self-regulatory process.

Basic Entry Requirement: You can pitch notes from the piano. Reading music is not necessary, but is an advantage.

Approach: maximum 5 people. Individual lesson and learning through listening and observing the group.

Location: Schola Vocalis in Roux-Miroir, not far across the border with Vlaams-Brabant.

Register: Send me a mail.

Practical aspect: think of carpooling with other participants! Quiet route.

! Tip for those who like to make a trip out of it: gîte or B&B available. If interested: ask for addresses! (beautiful walking and cycling routes…)

Voice Courses 2024:


from January 1, 2024



(Prescribed by the ear-nose-throat specialist)

Speech therapy voice examination with written report:

* Initial workup:

  • 42,75 euros per 30 minutes.
  • Reimbursement : 35,25 euros.

! For holders of preferred scheme by health insurance:

  • 42,75 euros per 30 minutes
  • Reimbursement: 39,75 euros.

* Evolution bilan:

  • 51,50 euros.
  • Reimbursement : 40,50 euros.

! For holders of preferred scheme by health insurance:

  • 51,50 euros.
  • Reimbursement : 47 euros.

Logopedic voice therapy

Provision of 30 minutes:

  • 36,14 euros.
  • Reimbursement : 30,64 euros.

! For holders of preferred scheme by health insurance:

  • 36,14 euros
  • Reimbursement : 34,14 euros.


Individual sessions

  • 34 euros per 30 minutes
  • 68 euros per 60 minutes


Get in touch via this form:

Send me an E-mail

Or a call?
+32 474 45 94 17

Location + accessibility

VoiceCoaching has two locations in Belgium:

De Groeipraktijk

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Korbeek-Losestraat 121
3001 Heverlee (Leuven)

Easily accessible by train, bus, car, bicycle or on foot.

Furthermore, part of the individual sessions will also continue to take place at De Groeipraktijk in Heverlee in Vlaams Brabant.


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Rue de Patruange 22B
1315 Roux-Miroir (Incourt)

Centrally located between Leuven, Tienen, Jodoigne, Namur, Gemblours, Louvain-la-Neuve, Wavre and Brussels.

Also easily accessible by (electric) bicycle or on foot, because located at fifty meters from the cycle route, La Transincourtoise, which is also accessible for pedestrians.