Presentation Skills & Public Speaking
“Surveys about our fears commonly show fear of public speaking at the top of the list. Our fear of standing up in front of a group and talking is so great that we fear it more than death, in surveys at least.”
When we become frightened our body tenses and has an effect on the way we sound.
This affects US
Our body tenses - our stomach knots - we breath from the chest which cuts us off from a free breath and then this locks our voice.
We start to think ”my voice does not reflect the way I feel, the way I think”.
Up The Voice
Breathing from the diaphragm - thinking about the way you stand and using the voice effortlessly - can free you from the habits that enslave our voices and give us back
“The Right To Speak”.
Whether on a one to one or in a group can transform the way we feel about speaking in public. In a safe and non-judgemental environment you can free yourself from bad habits and start to enjoy the sound you make.