Updated: Nov 8, 2019
If you dread the thought of getting up in front of a group of people and performing, you are not alone. Millions of people suffer from performance anxiety, commonly called "stage fright."
Performance anxiety can prevent you from doing what you enjoy and can affect your career. Worst of all, performance anxiety can negatively affect your self-esteem and self-confidence. Although it may be impossible to totally overcome performance anxiety, there are many things you can do to control your emotions and reduce anxiety.
This is from a webpage called WebMD and well worth reading. The good news is there are ways you can learn to manage it. This fun and energetic workshop with Tim is designed to help you become aware of the issues and learn how to manage them. Performance Anxiety is something that effects most people, especially those who perform for a living.
But how do we combat that treacherous persona?
Well most people would just tell you, “you just need to perform more and that will make it better. The more you do it, the less anxiety you will have.”
This is true to an extent, but for some people that can be a very traumatising experience.
There are activities and exercises that we can do as performers that help us to step out of our comfort zone and be more effective and confident performers, and I am confident that I can show you this.
Together we can step out of that comfort zone and make you the performer that you want to be.