Finding joy: body and voice workshop

Tuesday 26 July

Led by Gillian Yates, this workshop will be using Alexander Technique principles along with voice and body movement to release tension in the body and find your unique sound. Participants are asked to wear loose clothing to this session. All are welcome!

The workshops will take place between 1pm-3pm.

This workshop is free to attend. To book your place, please click on the button to the right of this page.

Gillian Yates is a freelance director, performer, voice coach and singer.  Recent productions include The Moon Sees Me, highlighting issues surrounding homelessness and loneliness performed under Luke Jerram’s moon at Gloucester Cathedral, and the film Tomorrow which examined the climate emergency.

July 26, 2022
Opening times
Tuesday 26 July 1pm-3pm
Chapter House 12 College GreenGloucesterGL1 2LX
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