Social Confidence Course

Are you shy, self-conscious or struggling with social anxiety?

If so, you are not alone. Social anxiety is huge problem effecting up to 40% of people at some point in their lives.

According to NHS Digital, only half of those people ever look for a solution, and those that do generally do so only after 15–20 years of increasing social isolation.

Don’t live your life on the sidelines.

About five in a hundred people have some degree of social phobia, with women two or three times more likely to be affected.

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Royal College of Psychiatrists

Course Programme

This course will teach you how to look, sound and feel confident in everyday life.

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My theory is that if you look confident, you can pull off anything - even if you have no clue what you're doing.

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Jessica Alba, Actor & Businesswoman

Why Take This Course?

You can’t overcome social anxiety in one day.

But if you are ready to break free from the psychological barriers that are holding you back in life, this is the place to start.

Take this course if you want to:

  1. Feel more relaxed in everyday social and workplace situations

  2. Be more assertive and able to stand up for yourself

  3. Feel more comfortable speaking in front of groups and strangers

The most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence.

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Blake Lively, Actor

Who Should Take This Course?

This course is for anyone struggling with social anxiety and shyness.

It is also valuable for introverts who want to be more confident at work and in their social lives.

I wasn’t the prettiest girl in the room, but I learned to carry myself with confidence - that’s how you make the best impression on people.

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Actor, Producer and Singer


Don’t live your life on the sidelines

This course costs just £99.

The next course takes place at the Tara Yoga Centre, 93 Cowley Rd, Oxford OX4 1UT on October 26th from 10am-5pm.