This course is for those already working as Demonstrating Mediums or for those who are planning on making the next step to working publicly. Course Organiser Chris Drew has a wealth of experience as a Demonstrating Medium; he has worked extensively throughout the UK and many parts of the world. He also has over 20 years of experience within the entertainment profession and now uses his wealth of experience to help students to improve their own presentation skills within a public demonstrating environment.
Presenting mediumship professionally and effectively is vital, as it ensures that your work has the utmost impact and helps you to establish a confidence and rapport with your audience, which, therefore, helps, enormously in creating a good energy in which to work. The course will look at different demonstration styles – going direct to your recipient, and opening the contact out to the whole audience – and students will have the opportunity to practice how to use both styles, and when each style should be used. We will also look at more general presentation skills: voice projection, how to use the voice effectively, body language, how to present oneself in a more positive and confident manner, and most importantly how to bring your own ‘individuality’ into your mediumship. We shall look at your mediumship in general, make practical assessments of your evidence and give you constructive criticism to help you move forward. We shall also look at ways of improving your evidence and of building closer and more solid contacts, aiming to make your mediumship step up to a higher level. Practice demonstrations will be organised to give students the chance to practice what they have learned in front of an audience.
Chris is delighted to be joined on the course by world renowned tutors and demonstrators Lynn Probert and Tony Stockwell. Together they make a great team, this course has sold out in previous years.
Chris, Lynn, and Tony will be there to help and guide you throughout the demonstrations. This course will be fun but a lot of hard work, and is aimed at those who really want to improve their demonstrating skills, aiming for high standards within their public demonstrating.