Say Goodbye to Stage Fright
will be made available as an online course!
Pre-register starting December 3.
Course opens January 6.
About Say Goodbye to Stage Fright
Have you always wanted to get up on stage, audition for a solo, or make a speech, but were too scared to try?
Has your mind ever gone blank, or your knees started to shake uncontrollably, the moment a spotlight hit you, even when you feel prepared and excited?
You are not alone! Even these celebrities get stage fright.
Come learn about what causes stage fright, what is happening physically and mentally when you get nervous about performing, and how to overcome that fear. Say Goodbye to Stage Fright will give you concrete skills to cope with anxiety, empower your mindset, address physical symptoms, and more. No more hoping for the best or trying to picture the audience in their underwear!
We will start you on the journey to feeling confident and enjoying your time on stage.
About the Online Course
Lessons will include: Symptoms and causes of performance anxiety, coping strategies for all kinds of different situations, and exercises to apply your learning to real life. Everything is broken down into manageable chunks.
Choose your level at the time of registration: VIP access gets you 1-on-1 meetings and individualized feedback in addition to all lesson materials. The basic package includes the video lessons and worksheets. There are more details on both options below.
From the moment you register, you will start receiving exclusive content from Phoebe, including early release of some course materials!
Register by 11:59 pm on December 31, 2018 to save $50!
8 video lessons
Accompanying worksheets to deepen your learning and self-reflection
Curated links to further resources for continuing your journey
Everything in the basic package
2 face-to-face meetings with Phoebe via Zoom - 1 at the beginning of your studying and 1 at the end - to discuss your goals, progress, and next steps
Worksheet feedback and support via email
About Your Workshop Instructor
Phoebe Gildea is a performance anxiety survivor who went from tearful breakdowns at the thought of singing to headlining concerts and singing lead roles in operas and musicals. Phoebe holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Chapman University, and has further training in performance techniques from OperaWorks, the Astoria Music Festival, and the American Institute of Musical Studies in Austria. She has been successfully teaching performance anxiety skills to private voice students for the past five years.