Public Speaking

 

Do you, like many people, find the prospect of speaking in public simply terrifying?  If so, you recognise the sweating, shaking and stumbling over your words that go with it.

Learning to control your nerves, voice, breathing and physical bearing is a great asset when giving a presentation or speech.  All this is possible by applying the skills of the Alexander Technique which enable you to ‘stay in the moment’. Your thinking will be clearer and you'll enjoy the experience instead of enduring it.

You will learn to:

  • make yourself heard without strain
  • relate to your audience
  • remain relaxed and composed before, during and after your speech
  • eliminate twitching or fidgeting
  • control any urge to hurry through to the end
  • pace your delivery so you are clearly understood

Novice speakers and more seasoned performers all benefit, and many professional speakers like lawyers, preachers and actors learn the Technique to improve every aspect of their delivery.

 

As a sufferer of ankylosing spondilitis: a chronic rheumatic condition, the Alexander Technique helped me discover relationships between physical and psychological ways of “letting go” in order to control pain. In particular, exposure to the Technique has enabled me to break self-perpetuating circuits of pain associated with inflammatory conditions by focusing on inhibiting learned muscle tensing habits which feed on pain and each other.

E Samuel, Diplomat

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