The Foundation of all good voice - a deep breath. Will be useful for any breathing exercises: classical three-phase diaphragmatic breathing, breath K. P. Buteyko, paradoxical breathing gymnastics of A. N. Strelnikova and others. The main thing - the regularity of breathing exercises.
After breathing exercises, you can do some exercises to relax the lower jaw and throat.
Open your mouth, put your fist under your chin and gently shake it, softly uttering the sound "uh". This exercise will remove the clips and the voltage of the lower jaw, will allow it to move freely. Then a few times wide open mouth, simulating a yawn. It is possible that you will want to yawn for real. Posivite in the whole mouth. This is a very useful exercise, trainees jaw, soft palate and throat.
After articulation exercises proceed to "setting up" voice. Yawn again, but now with a closed mouth. In this case the lips are rounded, well closed, teeth unclenched. Catch the feeling "the rounded position of the mouth." One can imagine that in your mouth you have a hot potato, you're afraid to burn yourself, and so retain that rounded position. And now the "enable voice" - start long to pull the sound "M". Try to direct the voice in the sky. And pull pull the sound until out of breath. When the breath ends, breathe in again and sing "WHEEE". To enhance the thrill of the sound of voices add vibration: in the "mooing"with fingertips of both hands Pat the lips, the cheeks, the forehead, the crown, then on the chest, stomach, back. At the same time try to "guide" voice in the part of the body that you at the moment Pat. The duration of this exercise for 3-5 minutes.
Read aloud their favorite poems, tongue twisters. In this case imagine that you are experiencing different emotional States: joy, sadness, anger, surprise, irritation, etc. Change the voice in accordance with these emotions.
You can "play" with voice, changing its power. To say the tongue Twister of 4-5 words, increasing the voice from word to word (the first word in a whisper, the second a little louder, even louder the next, and the last word of the shout).
Several times uttered the phrase "I love ice cream", answering the questions of an imaginary interlocutor: Who likes ice cream? Do you like ice cream? What do you love? In this case highlight the voice of the word-the answer.
Practice the duration of an oral exhalation. It will also help to keep the voice strong. Can be read aloud several times every quatrain, pronouncing on the exhale first, every line, then two lines and finally read all poem on one breath.