Good performance stimulates the emotions which trigger creativity. To do this, performers must submit to the scrutiny and judgement of others.
People who are called upon to speak in public because their job demands it often find they are unable to summon up enough courage - when faced with public gaze - to do justice to their well prepared presentations.
At the Voice Practice, we harness the adrenaline rush which threatens to overwhelm all performers. We take the terror out of talking and turn it into thrill.