Ep. 18: How To Let Go Of Performance Anxiety Through Learning Music & Hypnosis
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Many people go through life with a great deal of performance anxiety.  They believe that figuring everything out in their head is the only way to take care of themselves, learn and be successful.  They often experience tremendous stress, fear and self-doubt.


In this episode you will discover:  


  • How practicing real life skills, such as learning music, can help you get out of your head, learn better, become more confident, and more accurately respond to reality.
  • Tips for using hypnosis to let go of performance anxiety.
  • Examples of how to feel safe while learning from and modelling others.


David Ciucevich is a very accomplished clarinetist and opera singer.  He has performed at Carnegie Hall, with many large symphony orchestras, and accompanied several Broadway musicals such as South Pacific, West Side Story and Phantom of the Opera.

David first discovered the power of hypnosis in the early 1990s when he was preparing for his Masters recital and experiencing performance anxiety.  He also healed from focal dystonia with the help of hypnosis.  


David is a hypnotist with the Master Hypnotist Society, and works with his wife, Shannon Ciucevich, at Ohio Valley Hypnosis.  


Watch ClarinetFest 2021 Virtual: Hypnosis for Clarinetists:  Reduce Stress and Alleviate Stage Fright:  https://youtu.be/MPKpxrjcNMw


You can reach David at: https://www.davidciucevich.com, https://www.worldpeacethroughlivemusic.com, and https://www.ohiovalleyhypnosis.com.


You will find more great resources to help you use hypnosis to get results at https://www.hypnosistrainingcanada.com

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