The 'Set Fire To The Rain' singer will undergo a course of vocal exercises to maintain her voice following her recent contraction of laryngitis, which resulted in her having to cancel a string of US tour dates.
Anderson has previously worked with vocalists including Alicia Keys, Joss Stone and Red Hot Chili Peppers and teaches a method which helps keep damage to the voice at a minimum.
"There are commonly two approaches singers take. They are called 'singing through your chest' or 'singing through your head'," a source told The Sun.
"Singing through your chest can increase the chances of callouses and nodules appearing on the vocal chords. But the latter approach drastically decreases the chances of those problems occurring.
"Adele sings more through her chest at the moment."
The 23-year-old performer recently admitted that she has tried to give up smoking in the past, but found the experience "boring".
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Watch Adele perform 'Set Fire To The Rain' on The Graham Norton Show below: