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Upcoming February Workout with a Special Guest


I’m excited for what’s ahead in 2024! I don’t know about you, but 2023 was a rough year for me. I felt isolated, exhausted, frustrated, and tense. My internal narrative amplified these negative emotions. I felt like I was the only one struggling. But the more people I’ve spoken with, the more I realized this narrative was shared by a lot of creatives. Towards the end of 2023 I had a conversation that helped my perspective immensely, and helped me start 2024 on a clearer, lighter, more determined note.

For our first workout of 2024, I’d like to share that conversation with you.

The first half hour of the February workout will be a conversation with the fantastic Stuart McDonald, to help you set your mindset for 2024 and bring more joy and intent in the year ahead. In Stuart’s own words:

Let’s talk about living in your body in the world in ways that create meaning and purpose with the individual as the agent - the one who can create that change is only ourselves, only we can curiously enact a new narrative for ourselves with purpose.

We’d love to have you along for this conversation. After the first 30 minutes we’ll be diving into our usual voice over character acting workout. As always, there’s a limit of 6 participants in the workout, so grab a spot fast if you’d like to work on some character text with one-on-one direction. If you’d like to come along and just observe, we’re now offering the opportunity to come along and audit a workout to see how it works.

Date: Tuesday 20th February
Time: 8PM AEDT (approx 3 hours duration)
Platform: Zoom (meeting link provided post-registration)

If you’d like to join us, you can find the option that is right for you on the Tavern of Voices store

A little more about Stuart:

Stuart is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Ontological Coach with almost 25 years experience in the industry. With qualifications in human biology (anatomy and physiology), psychology, and masters level training in Arts, Clinical Exercise Physiology (Rehabilitation), and the neurophysiology of interoception and human emotions, he is able to bring a unique and broad view of the person to his work. He specialises in enactive approaches to trauma, stress and anxiety that views the entire person and not just the body as important in helping people to thrive.