It can happen to any of us at any time. Usually we give a good performance but for some reason, we develop doubts and nerves about performing at that special occasion, event or engagement.
You might be a competent and accomplished singer or are just starting out. Whether you are a soloist or part of a choir or chorus, being nervous or anxious about your performance can detract from being at your best.
Sometimes an event or experience occurs which stay with us and plays on our mind. You might have been criticised in the past or for some reason have given a bad performance which has stuck in your mind. You may dread or fear giving another poor performance or worry about being harshly crticised again and because of this you feel nervous.
Have you had an attack of nerves during an audition? May be you weren’t able to hit those notes that you know you can do easily. Auditions can be nervous affairs but you don’t have to let nerves get in the way of a confident and accomplished showcase of your singing abilities and range. Whether your anxiety is a fear or phobia is irrelevant. In reality you have lost confidence and belief in your ability to sing clearly, in tune, in time or reach those higher notes in your range.
Hypnotherapy in Derbyshire is available to help you release those fears and anxieties and to regain you confidence. You can begin to be excited again by your speaking engagements, announcing, voice overs or broadcasting rather than fearful of them. Your singing technique can improve with hypnosis and take your abilities to a new level.
Steven Harold, the Derbyshire hypnotherapist has helped many singers just like you to let go of their fears and regain their belief and strong self confidence. Being based in Derbyshire he has helped many singers from the well-known Derbyshire based theatre companies, opera, musicals as well as lead or backing singers from bands and musical groups.
You can take advantage of a free initial consultation, without obligation, and find out more about how hypnotherapy helps any kind of performance anxiety.