Course aimed at all those interested in improving, for professional or personal needs, their verbal and corporal communication in the execution of speeches, negotiations or other types of oral presentations.

We will apply performance techniques to work on different aspects of communication: stage fright, naturalness, body blockages, lack of musicality or rhythm, creativity and conviction.

NUMBER LEVEL


Individual presentations applying theatrical performance techniques to manage stress. Collective improvisations raising awareness of the concepts of non-verbal communication. Exercises of disinhibition, relaxation and management of nervousness.

Pending new dates

4 Mondays from 19.30h to 21.30h
Price: € 125 - € 110 students 

NUMBER LEVEL


Acting games to integrate and improve the techniques known at the first level. The student will have to take a prepared oral presentation of three minutes to work it based on the assumed concepts. The workshop will end with the final staging of all presentations.

Pending new dates

4 Mondays from 19.30h to 21.30h
Price: € 125 - € 110 students

* OFFER 2 LEVELS 220 €

TEACHERS

ROSA GALINDO

Actress and singer. He has worked with the most prestigious directors of the Catalan theatrical scene developing his career as a performer of musical theater. Co-founder and co-director of Eolia and the Miranda Foundation. Associate Professor of Fitzmaurice Voicework ©. Interested and passionate about the voice-body-emotion connection, the connection with nature, human communication and between species.

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ÀLEX MAÑAS

Author and theater director. A law graduate from the UB, he is pursuing a postgraduate degree in directing actors at URL. He has been a professor of communication at the Barcelona Bar Association and since 2006 he has been a professor of doctors and professionals related to biochemistry for the Dr Antoni Esteve Foundation. He has taught Film Script classes at the UPF Faculty of Advertising and Public Relations and has worked in seminars on writing and presenting scientific articles at the UPF Faculty of Health Sciences.