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Trans Voice Basics
A mini-course primer on trans voice alteration. If you're brand new on your trans voice journey, or you just want to dip your toe in, this mini-course is perfect for you!
Singer, Songwriter, Trans Voice Teacher
I've been a voice teacher for over twelve years, I have four full-length albums out, and I have degrees in physics, jazz, and songwriting.
I love creating, I love figuring things out, but most of all, I love helping people.
I know you've been struggling to find answers when it comes to your voice. I know that there is so much information out there to get through! I want to make things as simple and painless as possible so you can start living your happiest life.Learn more
Trans Voice Courses
Trans Voice Basics
A mini-course primer on trans voice alteration
If you're brand new on your trans voice journey, or you just want to dip your toe in, this mini-course is perfect for you!Only $15 USD
Trans Vocal Exploration eCourse: Voice Feminization, Masculinization, and Beyond
You already have what you need to love your voice.
I know how distressing voice dysphoria can be, and I know that there is somehow too much information out there and not enough! I want to make things as simple as possible for you.
This e-course includes 60+ videos on:
▶︎ vocal anatomy and hygiene
▶︎ self-care tips to support voice training
▶︎ voice feminization, masculinization, and neutralization techniques
▶︎ how to understand and control pitch, resonance, vocal folds mass, and inflexion
▶︎ practice strategies to set you up for success
The best time to start is right now!Learn more
Mindful Voice Feminization
You're dreaming of a feminine voice that matches what you hear in your head. A voice that shows others who you truly are.
You want to take steps towards your feminine voice that are sustainable and that won't lead to overwhelming dysphoria.
What if I told you that you could:
▶︎ Approach your voice practice with mental clarity and a beginner's mindset
▶︎ Achieve your voice goal, even if you never believed it was possible before.
▶︎ Create a natural-sounding feminine voice that aligns with your gender presentation
▶︎ Put voice feminization theory into practice easily and fearlessly
▶︎ Develop positive voice habits that work for your lifeLearn more
Learn to teach trans voice alteration in 5 weeks
You can teach trans voice lessons too!
Use your singing teacher skills to spread trans joy throughout your community.
In this course, you will get:
- Hours of in-person instruction with Renée
- Teaching demonstrations and interviews with trans students.
- Trans-specific voice concerns including hormones, puberty-blockers, surgeries, and more.
- Concrete exercises and explanations of all aspects of trans voice alteration
- Gender 101 so you can speak confidently and supportively with your trans students
What trans people are saying...
"Renée's energy and enthusiasm are infectious and they really foster a positive, safe and caring environment. The vocal exercises they taught and their knowledge on all things vocal exploration were exemplary and I would be more than happy to recommend anyone - regardless of where they place themselves on the gender spectrum and beyond - to participate in your workshops in future.”
Lilith Ferreyra-Carroll, age 36 (she/her)
"I always leave Renée's classes having learned more about my voice and more about myself. Renée's openness and adaptability to accessibility needs make for a warm and welcoming learning environment. As a trans man, they have also been very helpful in helping me explore different aspects of my voice, which has been very gender-affirming. To me, they have been an excellent vocal coach and life coach. Honestly a two for one deal!"
Mathieu, age 25 (he/him)
“I took private lessons with Renée for six months and it was one of my best transition decisions. I have tried for years to understand gender-affirming voice lessons from YouTube videos, and workshops, but all of them were beyond the scope of my understanding. Lessons with Renée helped me to understand how the wonderful vocal instrument works. With exercise and taking small steps along the way, I'm now confident I can climb this mountain and succeed."
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"Renée is a powerhouse creator and educator clearing the path for trans and disabled folks around the world. Their talent combined with their intense passion for others makes them a stellar educator. They’re a queer, non-binary, disabled voice teacher and musician who’s been taking the internet by storm by working to bring accessible gender-affirming vocal therapy to all."
- Val J., Scarleteen
"As a trans person who is more attuned toward the convolutions and contradictions of transitioning, Yoxon’s philosophy around voice feminization differs from the typical speech pathologist. 'Passing was never my goal with voice training,' they say. 'There are so many things the voice can do, it’s exciting! What I’m trying to do is have my clients experience gender euphoria with their voice. I’m trying to help people find a voice that they feel represents them. That voice may pass or it may not; passing is so context-specific.'"
- Nour Abi Nakhoul, Xtra*
Montreal-based singer-songwriter and educator Renée Yoxon has released four full-length albums while also building a career as a highly respected trans voice teacher. Their latest album, 2020’s Beautiful Alchemy, is the soundtrack to a documentary directed by Teagan Lance that paints a portrait of Yoxon’s struggles and triumphs with identity, disability and artistic ambition. It’s a crossover jazz album with lovely songwriting, emotional depth and broad musical appeal, with Yoxon’s crystal clear and expressive voice filling their songs with life and personality.
- Adam Feibel, Jazz.FM91
Yoxon is proudly queer, non-binary, disabled, and trans. Priorities are trans and non-binary joy, accessibility, and centering BIPOC experiences. As an educator, they focus on making the experience of singing accessible. This focus is as apparent in the beauty of the songscape of their music making. The artistry is in the collective musical inclusiveness.
- John Devenish, Jazz.FM91