This 20 week long, deeply in depth program is for people experiencing muscle tension issues that are inhibiting their speaking or singing voice. The program runs from January to June, but if it's a perfect fit for you, you can apply to move through it as self-study. SIGN UP HERE.
The online course that explains the anatomy and mechanics of the voice. In seven steps: Impulse, Body, Breath, Sound, Resonance, Articulation, and Language, you'll learn how you produce sound and how to do so more efficiently. SIGN UP HERE.
Learn a series of exercises using external vibration (yes, a vibrator!) to quickly and effectively enhance vocal resonance and reduce the muscle tension that leads to vocal fatigue. SIGN UP HERE.
A FREE youtube video series that explains how to design your own physical and vocal warm up to prepare you for performances and presentations. Be sure to watch the intro video for context! WATCH HERE.
The online course that will give you a complete toolkit to be confident whether you're in front of a crowd, on camera, or in a meeting. In seven modules that cover Habits, Presence, Nerves, Embodiment, Voice, Message, and Memorization, you'll transform your presence. SIGN UP HERE.
In this FREE three day mini-course, you'll learn how to align with your voice and your body, release the blocks that are keeping you stuck, and share a more confident, authentic, and joyfully expressive voice. ENROLL HERE.
Elissa Weinzimmer is an award-winning vocal health educator, presence coach, and the founder of Voice Body Connection. After suddenly losing her own voice at age 21, Elissa began studying the mechanics of voice. Over time she developed a unique, concrete approach 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 WeWork, Equinox, Microsoft, eBay, Instacart, and more, and has been featured in Thrive Global, Healthline, SheKnows, Adweek, and Kajabi.
Elissa earned her MFA in Theatre Voice Pedagogy from the University of Alberta. Her teaching also draws upon her extensive training in Fitzmaurice Voicework, Hatha yoga, and Body-Mind Centering.
Elissa is based in New York City, and is currently working on her first book.