Someone Pass Me a Beta Blocker: The Neurobiology of Performance Anxiety

Stage fright is very real and can affect your performance in big and small ways. Examining the neurobiological basis of performance anxiety alongside exploring inter/intrapersonal skills to reduce stress before, during, and after a stage performance.

Join professional therapist Ellen Garavatti for an engaging and insightful workshop that delves into the intriguing world of performance anxiety. This event offers a unique opportunity to understand the inner workings of this all-too-common phenomenon.

We’ll explore the neurobiological basis of performance anxiety in a friendly and approachable manner. Rather than overwhelming you with technical jargon, we aim to make this complex concept accessible to everyone. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of how your brain responds to the pressure of being on stage.

Ellen will provide practical strategies and techniques to help you manage stress before, during, and after a performance. Whether you’re a seasoned performer or someone who’s just starting to explore the stage, you’ll walk away with valuable skills to help you thrive in high-pressure situations.

So, if you’ve those butterflies in your stomach have ever affected your performance, this workshop is for you. Join us as we demystify performance anxiety and empower you to perform at your best, with confidence and ease.