Ariane Leanza Heinz believes your voice is as unique as your fingerprints and has the potential to be clearly heard when exposed to the right training.
Unfortunately, people don’t pay very much attention to their voices, and don’t understand the implication a voice can have on the perceptions others have of the person or the company they represent.
We are using our voices everyday of our lives, and still there is no class in school to teach us how to efficiently use it.
Ariane has made her life’s work to support people with their voices and success.
Starting with breathing techniques (MDH Breathing Coordination®), aligning your spine and ribcage with minimal effort, she will bring you to recognition of your own inner breathing system, which is directly link to the nervous system and affects our ability to publicly present or speak.
Ariane’s classes are based on her core values, namely, “presence”, “efficiency” and “honesty with oneself”. She will bring you on a journey of discovery of your own unique inner voice and teach you the techniques to bring it out.
Ariane guides people of all professions: professors, artists, anchors, speakers, engineers, searchers in her private practice in Seefeld, Zürich, they come to discover their voices, gain confidence and presence. With the different techniques she uses, each client gets to experience a “new voice”.
She has guided beautiful and brilliant singers like Mélanie René, Mané, Bastian Baker, Scott Irribarra, Al Pride, Arika Kane and many more on their path to becoming successful artists; but also Marcus Gisi from the department of Anthropology at University Zürich, Robert Riener from the ETH Zürich or Martina Fuchs anchor at CNN Money Switzerland (see their testimonials on page of this booklet).
Her goal is for each person to optimize their breathing and get voice clarity for their message to reach the heart of their audience.
She is the author of the book “A Matter of Voice”, the online course “Shine” and the workshop “Voice Clarity for Success”.
Passionate about the voice and the human nature she started teaching at the age of 14. She studied pedagogy, music and piano at the Conservatory of Music in Geneva and was hired immediately after her studies at the Music Conservatory as the youngest teacher in the faculty.
After running a successful music studio for a few years in Geneva, she decided to take a leap of faith and moved to New York City on a student visa.
After 5 years in the US, she worked with Céline Dion’s vocal coach and built a successful musical practice in the city. She enjoyed working in the studio with recording artists. She also organized concerts and guided young artists in their career.
Her love for Switzerland called her back to her home country in 2010. She is happily married, a Mom of three girls, 2 cats and a dog.
She is now working in Zürich as a private vocal consultant.