Who we are.
Find Your Voice is a professional performance training organisation providing services to anyone who wants to train their voice and hone their performance skills to give powerful performances.
All Find Your Voice staff are or have been professional performers at a high standard as well as having further advanced training in physiology and psychology. The skills used as professional performers are transferable to the performances we give in everyday life, you can learn to give your best performance, every time.
What we represent
Our coaching strategies are based on the following values:
Empathy. Compassion. Patience.
Empathy allows our coaches to engage with clients in a meaningful and honest way that creates a pathway to learning that would not be possible without a deeper understanding of each other.
Insightful critique of work when coupled with the guidance of a skilled, knowledgeable and supportive coach yields consistent and lasting growth. Our coaches have not only studied extensively but have worked in the field as professional performers.
Our style of coaching focuses on growth and solutions, not problems. We coach with the intention that the clients feels an autonomous ownership of their skills. They come back to lessons because they feel a desire to learn more, not because they feel dependant on their coach. Clients can feel ownership of their achievements thus building confidence in their own abilities.
With more than 2 decades of performance and coaching experience in Australia, the UK, Europe and the USA Emmanuella Grace has helped 1000’s of people overcome the obstacles that limit their performances.
Emmanuella has been engaged as a voice and performance coach and consulting expert to CEO’s, CIO’s and CFO’s of large organisations, high profile individuals, educators, therapists, business owners and entrepreneurs and thought leader across a number of industries enabling them to make a greater impact in their field and increase their influence on stages including TEDX Melbourne and leaders featured by WiBF (Women in Business and Finance).
Emmanuella’s qualifications include a Masters in Music Performance Teaching (University of Melbourne Conservatorium of Music), a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology (University of New England), Honors Bachelor of Music (Kingston University, London) and Undergraduate studies in Jazz and Music Theatre (Griffith University Queensland Conservatorium of Music). Emmanuella’s understanding of vocal health and physiology is supported by advanced training in Alexander Technique and Estill Voice Training Level I, II and Advanced Certificate as well as previously serving on the board of the Australian Society of Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH).
Emmanuella has performed both as a soloist and in choirs at venues including the Sydney Opera House, Hamer Hall and for ABC Radio in Australia and Royal Albert Hall, The Barbican and BBC Radio in the UK. As a composer her music has been featured in film and advertising, was short-listed for an award at the ÉCU European Independent Film Festival in Paris and was featured at the Theresianisten Ball in Vienna.