I have worked as a mentor, workshop facilitator, course creator, presenter, and teacher for more than sixteen years. I offer classes in dynamic communication, debating, drama, writing, social skills, leadership excellence and philosophical discourse.
I teach acting for stage and film, physical theatre, stage combat, public speaking, debating, and writing scripts, narrative, essays, and more. I also prepare students for various exams including Trinity and ASCA, as well as for auditions such as castings and selective schools, and various competitions.
I can tailor my programs to specific needs. I’ve worked with gifted students, refugees, clients with difficult backgrounds, special needs, children or young adults at risk, and more.
I design and facilitate workshops and classes that focus on cognitive development, problem-solving, conflict resolution, social and communication skills, creative thinking skills, and life skills.
Furthermore, I also write and direct professional, amateur, and community theatre production. I offer one-on-one mentoring, life coaching, project development, and event management as well as interactive entertainment.
In all my lessons and courses, I make sure that students leave with many practical skills that will help them in their every day as well as professional lives in the long run. They gain the confidence to stand up and be heard. They also learn valuable social skills, interpersonal relationships, active listening, dynamic communication, public speaking, debating, presentation, conflict resolution, problem-solving, teamwork and leadership excellence, as well as independence.
We explore how facial expressions, gestures, and body language can help avoid conflict as well as aid attaining goals during job interviews, examinations, and more.
We focus on breath and voice, including speech, correct breathing, diction, projection, and annunciation, pace, rhythm, stress, and more. We also explore body language and how it can become a useful lifelong tool, particularly in presentation and conflict. We concentrate on our imagination and how to communicate a narrative in a clear and concise and most importantly in a captivating way.
We also learn to emphasize and relate to one another, becoming more tolerant as human beings, as we put ourselves into the shoes of others during our role-plays. Lastly, will make new friends and have fun.
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