Do you experience tension in your throat? Do you suffer from vocal fatigue? Do you know that your voice could be more powerful, but you're confused about how to get there?
Join Elissa Weinzimmer, vocal health educator and founder of Voice Body Connection for the FREE online webinar:
A message from Elissa about the webinar...
🌟The three most important things your voice needs to function in a healthy way
🌟Why one simple reframe for how you think about your voice can completely release vocal freedom
🌟How understanding the anatomy of your voice can help you use it better (and we’ll go over lots of it too!)
PLUS: Elissa will share her in-depth personal story about how she lost her voice at age 21 due to overuse, acid reflux, and muscle tension dysphonia, and what she did to get it back. (You’ll see that it’s possible for you too!)
There will be time for Q&A to ask your questions!
We’ll send you access details after you register. No problem if you can’t make the call live, please register ⬇️ and we’ll send you the recording afterward.😊
Elissa Weinzimmer is a vocal health educator, presence coach, and the founder of Voice Body Connection. After suddenly losing her own voice at age 21, Elissa stopped performing and began studying the mechanics of voice. Over time she developed a unique, concrete approach to coaching that empowers performers, leaders, and speakers to optimize their voices and share them more authentically.
Elissa's clients include Broadway stars, television personalities, politicians, and CEOs. She has led workshops for Equinox, Microsoft, eBay, Instacart, the Skirball Cultural Center, the Columbia School of Public Health, and The Voice Foundation.
Elissa holds an MFA in Theatre Voice Pedagogy from the University of Alberta and a BA from the University of Southern California. She is certified in Fitzmaurice Voicework® and Hatha yoga, and is currently pursuing Somatic Movement Educator Training in Body-Mind Centering. In 2014, Elissa was the recipient of the Clyde Vinson Award for Excellence from the Voice and Speech Trainers Association.
Elissa is based in New York City, and is currently working on her first book. For more information visit www.voicebodyconnection.com.