Alongside Lauren's career as an artist, she has been working as a vocal coach for over 20 years.
Having undergone voice production training with Mary Hammond (Royal Academy of Music) and Voice Therapy with Sue Cowan, coupled with her extensive professional experience, Lauren started to devise her own teaching methods. She began by teaching privately from her home where she coached professional singers, public speakers, and amateurs alike. In 1994 she took up a peripatetic teaching post at a local high school, Queensbury Upper School in Dunstable. There she took part in private lessons, school productions and led the girls' choir. She worked there for ten years before leaving to promote her album in Europe, the UK and the United States.
In 2006 Lauren joined the faculty at Vocaltech, one of the world renowned group of Tech Schools in West London. There she taught two modules, Voice Production and Songwriting. During her time with Tech she helped to develop the Voice Production programme, re-writing and expanding the courses with Thames Valley University. She worked with students and bands developing their stage techniques and supervising Live Performance Workshops.
Whilst working at Tech Lauren developed her own teaching skills by undertaking PTTLS training and continues her study into various teaching methods including Estill and Cathrine Sadolin staying abreast of current research.
Lauren gives regular workshops and master classes both here in the UK and abroad. She recently returned from Riga, Latvia where she gave a week of workshops culminating in an open air concert in the city centre. She was also a vocal coach in Moscow on a top Russian television talent show called "Superstars" with an audience of 20 million.
Lauren concentrates on giving the student a strong, classically based technique with the tools required to sing in any style from musical theatre to heavy rock and everything in between. She helps to build stamina, confidence and range, and in particular enables her students to have a strong and healthy relationship with their voices.