Performance Techniques for Everyday Speeches and Presentations with Océane

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At work or in our private lives, we all have to step up and speak in front of a group or an audience at some time.

Being confident in these situations is far from our natural response! It’s often nerve-racking, scary, and can make us feel anxious. But you can change that!

As a former dance performer and currently a teacher and coach, Océane will help you become the public speaker/performer you hope to be.

Through various exercises and anecdotes from her own experience, get tips on how to present, gain confidence to speak up and be yourself in a group.

What will we cover?

During this hands-on class you will:

  • Learn how to overcome your fear of speaking up.
  • Get tips for speakers and performers (stage presence, body language, voice & stress management…)
  • Learn how to adapt when things go wrong (develop your flexibility & adaptability)
  • Get to know what tools are the best for you (Powerpoint, micro, whiteboard…)

What will you need?

– Make a list of three things you’re proud of and one thing that scares you most when having to speak in front of a group.
– If you have a speech you would like to practice, please bring it! (not a requirement)


  • Wheelchair Accessible Space
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
  • Discounted Early Bird Tickets
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Auslan Interpreters Upon Request

Who will be teaching?

Océane (She/Her) is a French artist entrepreneur who founded Enjoy French (with Oceane), a special language school where people can express their creativity while learning French and experiencing French culture.

Océane is currently developing fun & convivial workshops using interactive and creative activities (such as cooking and calligraphy) to introduce the French language and culture to non-native speakers.

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