- Instructor: Erik Lingvall
- Jul session: Jul 13
- Aug Session: Aug 3
- TIME: 4pm-7pm EST
- AGES: Teens + Adults
- LOCATION: Virtual via Zoom
- INVESTMENT: $75
- Capacity: 12
Mind Up Your Mind
Here we are, in the midst of what will be known as one of the craziest times in human history. I also firmly believe that our current situation is a wonderful opportunity to go inward and really dive into our mind.
We are often told to “make up your mind” – But it seems as though we cannot effectively “make” up our mind if we can’t “mind” up our mind. What does it mean to “mind up your mind?” The concept is to focus on WHAT we’re thinking about and if what we’re thinking about is really in alignment with WHO we are and WHY we’re doing what we’re doing.
This month we will be exploring the stories we tell ourselves and the systems we have created to strengthen our narrative.
• The power of STORY
• What narrative are you telling yourself?
• Are you the character you want to be?
• Routine & Rhythm
• The benefits of absorption
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Meet your Instructor:
Erik LingvallActing coach
Backstage.com contributor and winner of the Readers’ Choice for Atlanta’s Favorite Acting Coach in Backstage Magazine, Erik Lingvall brings with him over 15 years of experience guiding and training talent, throughout the country. As the founder of Catapult Acting Studios, Erik has established himself as one of the go-to coaches for tv/film actors in the Southeast. Originally from California, Erik currently resides in Atlanta, with his wife Jennifer and baby girl Venice. He is dedicated to guiding & connecting his clients to the right people & right path, always reminding his them to enjoy the process as much as the product at the end. Erik’s motto: “Professional training, designed to create better people.” Below are a few of the projects Erik’s clients can be seen in projects like: The Walking Dead, Manhunt: Unabomber, Modern Family, Disney’s Bunk’d, Dog with a Blog & Kickin’ It, FOX’s The Gifted, Nashville, The Hate U Give,Maze Runner, Noah, Daddy’s Home, The Big Short, Terminator Genisys, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and many more.