VOICE TRAINING FOR YOUR BEST LIFE
Struggling to find your ideal voice can be frustrating and defeating, and sometimes even scary.
Without training, your voice is going to stay the same.
If you're not confident in your voice, it's probably because you don't know how to shape your voice to fit you. Your voice is familiar and your friends and family expect you to sound a certain way. Unguided voice work takes time, and sometimes wrong turns. You might end up on some road and you're not sure how to turn around. You might randomly revert back to your old voice. As frustration mounts as time goes on, you might decide your voice isn't capable of fitting the voice that you have in your head. You might even consider risky, unnecessary surgeries.
How would loving the sound of your voice change you?
Do you hear a dark buzz when you talk?
Do you get misgendered on the phone?
Is describing the sound you want complicated?
Are you struggling to listen to yourself talk?
Tallulah Breslin (she/her)
Born and raised in Austin, Tallulah was taught from a young age to appreciate and celebrate diversity.
Inspired by her friends and family who struggled with their voices during transition, Tallulah specializes in gender affirming voice training. She uses her work to help others express their true selves and overcome the harmful effect of the binary gender classification system.
Her masters in speech, language, and hearing science, training as a speech language pathologist, and ongoing interdisciplinary collaboration guides her voice coaching methodology.
Fiona Barnhill (she/her)
Fiona is committed to helping others navigate through the difficult situation she found herself in. She knows firsthand how painful it is for your voice not to match you, and wants to help others in similar situations who are in need of guidance and resources.
Fiona helps others navigate situations that she found herself once struggled with. She finds fulfillment in connecting others to the resources they need to complete their transition journey.
Hearing clients when they feeling comfortable with their voice is the reason she loves this work and is committed to the community