Has your voice, and confidence, ever faltered during a presentation, a meeting, an
interview, while teaching a class or during an audition?
Would you like to develop a voice that is richer, steadier, more colourful, powerful and authoritive? Would you like to be able to control nerves and behave more confidently?
Developing a reliably and confident voice and body language is based on the repeated practice of some surprisingly simple procedures!
Learn how posture profoundly influences breathing & voice production
Learn how to reduce nerves and build confidence
Learn how to control the pace of your speech
Learn how to articulate more clearly
Learn simple exercises in pitch, volume and rhythm.
Learn how to warm-up your voice at home
Voice care and Alexander Technique for teachers
Posture. Bad backs. Stress management ... Alexander technique is known as a method for dealing with the aches and strains of modern life. Alexander was an actor who experienced voice and breathing problems on stage. He returned to the stage free of vocal difficulties following a seven year period of self-observation. When he first started teaching he dealt exclusively with singers and actors. Only later on did he realise that his technique had an application to most facets of daily life.
Voice clinics have reported that teachers account for as much as 15% of their total case-load. A quick poll of your staff will most likely reveal an additional host of stress and musculo-skeletal problems. An integrated approach makes perfect sense.
Alan Mars offers inset courses and in-school coaching throughout the UK. Open courses are available in Brighton and Hove. For a programme of courses for schools and teachers please click the following links: