Vox “voice” + Sana “heal, health” (Latin)
Voxsana is …
A new definition of voice. This platform is to celebrate our human instrument (mind, body, soul) and its interconnectivity (singing, speaking, writing). YOU are your instrument—and understanding that is the real magic.
The magic of integrity. When we use our voices authentically, wholly and confidently in life, BIG MAGIC follows. Use your voice, change your story.
Making the magic accessible. Vodcasts, blogs, and a growing community, we’re breaking down barriers in the name of inclusivity. And our community proves it—from singers, speakers, authors and yogis, to sociolinguists, doctors, teachers and everyone in between, all with unique voices and a shared affinity for self-expression. (And I couldn’t be more grateful that the movement is growing.) And now there’s you. Welcome—here’s to the magic.
The story of Voxsana is one many business owners can relate to: what began as a humble vocal coaching practice in 2018 came to a screeching halt in March of 2020 when the pandemic hit. And as they say, when life gives you lemons … you make the best damn lemonade ever. Fast forward to today, Voxsana is a global platform aimed at voice empowerment, redirecting the voice conversation towards inclusivity and integration.
Our message, in its simplest form: that the benefits of a full, resonant voice—and life—can be enjoyed by all, and that the voice itself is interconnected (singing, speaking, writing) and all-encompassing, the full 360 degrees of YOU (mind, body, and spirit). Self-integration for maximum self-expression: that’s Voxsana.
- That every voice matters—there are no two alike.
- That realizing one’s full, resonant voice is a birthright.
- That every voice can benefit from vocal study & self-integration.
- That the voice is interconnected (speaking, singing, writing).
That there is nothing to fix in the voice, only habits to unlearn.
- That the key to maximum self-expression is addressing your full instrument (mind, body, soul) with objectivity, curiosity and play.
- That the voice is a micro of the bigger picture (your life) & shifts in the voice transform out into your life.
Jillian Mitchell, founder
“Nurture your authentic voice and
radiate wholly as you were meant to.”
Jillian Mitchell is a recording artist, vocal coach, author, mom and all-around voice advocate. Singing professionally for almost 20 years, Jillian has had the pleasure of performing alongside music legends (Trooper, Rik Emmett of Triumph). A graduate of Brandon University’s prestigious School of Music, Jillian is a firm believer in the power of education and has continued her studies with celebrity vocal coaches Owen “Fiidla” Brown (Mary J. Blige), Giovanna Gattuso (Crossover Singing Method), John Deaver (Cher, Sara Bareilles) and Emm Gryner (solo artist, David Bowie). A celebrated vocal coach in her own right, Jill is the founder of Voxsana, a vocal method now expanded into an online platform, and is currently working on her first book, The Singers’ Survival Guide, with a second book on our interconnected voice percolating in the wings. Add to that, Jill is one-half of the pop-rock duo Echo Drop with her husband, Sean. The couple lives in Victoria, BC, Canada, with their two amazing children.
Jill’s project Echo Drop: click to hear more!
Echo Drop’s upcoming single “Let it Burn”
Accolades for Jill from her former coach:
COACH LOVE – “Jillian’s voice is warm and classic. Her energy and excitement for learning is infectious. Every week we worked together to uncover a new facet of her amazing tool. I’m so, so honoured to have been working with Jillian. The fact that she is a vocal coach AND continuing her studies shows that she means business!”
Juno Nominee / David Bowie band alumni