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318 | Using Your Voice to be Heard and be Seen | with Sarah Scharf

Nov 20, 2020

Sarah Scharf is the author of “Holding Space,” which takes us through  step-by-step investigation into how the words, tone, volume, and intention of our speech meld together to create communication.

She originally wrote the book for yoga teachers, but anyone can benefit from learning how to communicate better, use their voice, and find their breath. Holding space for yourself as a teacher is important, because you need to have confidence that what you are teaching holds value, and today, you’re going to get a crash course.


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