Hi I’m Elissa!

I’m a vocal health educator and presence coach. Click below to take my fun “Vocal Personality” quiz and learn how you can build a more powerful voice and tons of charisma…

If you're struggling with...

  • Vocal fatigue or losing your voice too often
  • Feeling totally confident in your presence
  • Understanding how to take care of your voice on a daily basis
  • Or wondering what your authentic voice even sounds like!

You don’t have to stay stuck. There are techniques, exercises, and tools to help you…. including a vibrator, (Yes, you read that right!)

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I can help you...

  • 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.

  • If you’re a performer and want to be sure your voice is always in tip top shape

    If you present and want to have more charisma in front of the camera or a room full of people

    If you’re a voice teacher and want to dive deeper into vocal anatomy

    If you’re a leader and want to enrich the communication among your team members

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Quick Articulator Sequence (Articulation)

Posted March 22, 2018

Today’s How To Warm Up video is quick, easy, and goofy as usual. Check out my favorite warm up sequence for the articulators – namely the lips, tongue, and jaw (and a little somethin’ somethin’ for the skull too because it feels good!). If you get really good at this one, you can probably do […]

Easy Onsets

Posted March 15, 2018

Have you heard of something called a glottal attack? It sounds violent, and in fact it can be for your vocal cords! A glottal attack (also called a glottal onset or glottal stop) is when you press your two vocal cords together firmly, and then explode them apart to begin making sound. It makes a sort of […]