Body Language and Confidence Building

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For millions of years, before the invention of languages and dialects, humans have relied on non-verbal forms of communication. The humans of today inherited these traits and around 65 percent of our communication in daily lives is non-verbal. Non-verbal communication includes various contractions of our facial muscles and limbic movements. The study of these expressions and movements is not only crucial to communicate effectively, but also understand what the othersare really trying to implicate.

We at Personnage, will train you to communicate effectively using your body and train your body to adapt certain mannerisms which generate confidence from within.