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Creative body language expert shares unique skillset and workshop opportunity in Perth

BY My Alcomy | 26-Nov-2019
Local body language expert and artist, Sophie Halliday Zadeh from My Alcomy, combines art with nonverbal communication in ‘Face It!’, a series of workshops exploring emotion and expression, through drawing and clay.
Venue: Midland Junction Arts Centre
Address: 276 GREAT EASTERN HIGHWAY MIDLAND WA 6056, Australia
Date: 6, 13, 20 January, 3 , 10, 17 February
Time: 6:15 - 8:15 pm
Ticket: $300 for 6 Sessions
Buy / Ticket: https://myalcomy.com/enrol/face-it-emotions-facial-expression-clay
Web: https://myalcomy.com/face-it-clay-emotional-facial-expressions
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EMail: sophie@myalcomy.com
Creative body language expert shares unique skillset and workshop opportunity in Perth
Drawing and clay modelling workshops in Perth, explore the fascinating secrets of emotions and expression.
Sophie will share the surprising secrets and benefits of our core emotions—happiness, anger, fear, surprise, disgust and sadness—changing perceptions of emotion. Participants will then get to express their creativity and hone their artistic skills, exploring the universal expressions of emotion, through drawing and clay modelling. 

This fascinating series of workshops for adults and young people, run on Monday evenings, 6 January through to 17 February (excluding public holiday), at Midland Junction Arts Centre.

My Alcomy will also be running additional workshops throughout January, including Confident Kids, Reading Body Language, Emotional Wellness, Self Empowerment and Presentation Skills. More information can be found at myalcomy.com.

About Sophie Halliday Zadeh/My Alcomy

Nonverbal Communication Specialist and Founder of My Alcomy, Sophie Halliday Zadeh empowers people to take communication to the next level–unlocking the secrets of the body and voice. With her unique and extensive expertise in non-verbal communication, together with her captivating delivery method, Sophie inspires her audience to experience, first hand, the immediate and positive impact of body language and vocal power–providing valuable insights every person can apply to their personal and professional life.

Driven by awe and obsession with her topic and a passion for sharing it to help people achieve and improve, Sophie works with executives and leadership teams from government and industry giants, including Woodside, PwC, Rio Tinto, Northern Star and Alcoa.

She coaches public speakers, TEDx presenters and educators, helping them to convey their message with impact. Sophie works voluntarily on projects for the public good; these include assisting criminal investigations, training/workshops to empower women and for the Department of Justice. 

Sophie has worked with TED-Ed, creating an animated lesson—Are There Universal Expressions of Emotion? She has written for or had work published in Australian Security Magazine, The West Australian, NW Magazine, Yahoo News, Foxtel Networks, The Daily Mail and a college/university textbook and online resource. She has appeared on ABC Drive Perth, The Signal ABC Sydney, Slice TV and the WASMA Mining and Resources Podcast.

When she’s not at work, people watching or trying to solve a murder; she’ll be saving the planet, being creative or cooking up a storm in the kitchen.