Speak With Your Whole Self

Hi, I’m Elissa! I’m here to help you bust through your vocal and physical blocks so you can communicate with more presence, power, and ease.

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Are you struggling with...

Not knowing how to take care of your voice?

Vocal fatigue or a lack of vocal power?

Low confidence in your presence?

Worrying that you can’t trust your voice?

Or feeling like you can’t communicate with your own authentic voice?

You don’t have to stay stuck. There are tools to help you.

(…Including a vibrator for your voice. Not joking!)

Hang out with me and you'll learn...

  • How your voice actually works.

  • How to be more present, confident, and powerful.

  • How to break the physical and vocal patterns that have been keeping you stuck.

  • How to release the tension that makes you feel like you can’t express yourself easily.

  • How to share your thoughts more clearly so they can be understood.

  • Sound good? Awesome – let’s get to work!

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    P.S. I’d love to share more of my story with you and why I became passionate about voice (hint…it’s personal!). Come on over here to meet me

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Tongue Twisters with Nasals

Posted May 25, 2017

Last week in our Articulation exercise we practiced the nasal sounds M, N, and NG. Today, we’re going to put it all together into a few fun and silly tongue twisters that will get your soft palate and other articulators working in tip top shape! Check out the Tongue Twisters with Nasals exercise here: Are these […]

Nasals Articulation Exercise

Posted May 18, 2017

Nasal sounds may not be the most obvious articulation issue, but if you can’t articulate nasals, you can’t articulate clearly. Why? Nasals require a lot of dexterity of the lips, tongue, and soft palate. The three main nasal sounds we use in English are M, N, and NG. Check out today’s How To Warm Up […]