- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- August 2008
Certified Practitioner of The Lessac Voice and Movement Institute and a candidate for certification.
I own the business license as voice/acting/accent modification coach from City of Los Angeles.
I have experience teaching clients from many cultural backgrounds, including ESL who struggle to melt into the classes and to think in English. I am effective at diagnosing what they need to work on and helping them to achieve their goals. I will bring my energy to the session and encourage clients to share their questions, to express themselves, to respect each other, to work harder and to love language deeply.
My lessons are designed with diverse groups of clients in mind because Los Angeles is a huge cultural melting pot. I will share with international clients how to feel the American energy as themselves without mimicking people through their daily lives. American clients will reconnect with their roots through the exploration.
Teaching Japanese to Japanese-American youth aimed at helping them navigate how to live in both cultures.
Guide them to find the bridge between two cultures by using Theatre games
Consulting with parents if I am asked
Training new employees as animated characters in the Entertainment Department.
Coaching on voice and movement approaches to help actors perform characters within the Universal Studio theme park.
Leading discussion on character development and working with ease to avoid injury.
Assistant teaching for multiple sections of Voice Development courses in the Santa Monica College Theatre Dept.
Leading exercising and warm-ups
Working with students of varying levels, ages and of diverse backgrounds
Coaching students privately for auditions
Giving student feedback and assessments of student progress, including written and oral evaluation.
Positivi interactions with guest as a character.
Personal/Business Assistant and bilingual translator between English and Japanese for the business negotiation/meeting.
Taking care of customer service at the reception desk and being responsible for the payment/refund.
Interned in Voice and Movement 1, 2, and 3 by using Lessac Work under Daisy Nystul (Lessac Certified Trainer) and assisted in Beginning Acting, Intermediate Acting, Business for Acting(*classes for the theater majors), and Introduction to Theatre for non-majors and gave private tutoring if I was asked by students.
Directed for The Second Stages at University of Central Oklahoma. Accent Reduction Tutor, Edmond, Oklahoma 2008-2011 •
Taught international students Standard American English by using Lessac Work and gave international students acting coaching to follow up the acting class.
VASTA is an international organization whose mission is to advance the art, research, and visibility of the voice and speech profession. Goals: SERVE the needs of voice and speech specialists, teachers, and students in training and in practice. ADVOCATE for those who work and study in the field. PROMOTE the vital role of voice and speech specialists for all professional voice users. BROADEN public understanding of the nature and importance of voice and speech use and training. CREATE opportunities for ongoing education, and the exchange of knowledge and information among professionals in the field. CULTIVATE diversity within our membership, and encourage a liveliness of thought and opinion. UPHOLD and advance excellence in voice and speech.+ Read More
The American Guild of Variety Artists (AGVA) is an AFL-CIO-affiliated labor union founded in 1939 to represent performing artists and stage managers for live performances in the variety field. The variety area of performance includes singers & dancers in touring shows and in theatrical revues (non-book shows...book revues may be under Actors’ Equity jurisdiction), theme park performers, skaters, circus performers, comedians & stand-up comics, cabaret & club artists,lecturers/poets/monologists/spokespersons, and variety performers working at private parties & special events.+ Read More