Join Rich Clune, Actor/Teacher David Reale and The Performer’s Mindset Founder & Coach Joe Towne for this pay what you can drop in class.
DATE: Thursday, June 3rd
TIME: Noon-3:00pm (Pacific) / 3:00-6:00 (Eastern)
COST: Pay What You Can. (This class is valued at $75) 50% of proceeds from drop-in classes go to charity.
Topics discussed in this class:
- Why IMAGERY is used by Athletes to create muscle memory
- How it specifically helps us get ONE PERCENT BETTER over time
- When to SWITCH IT OFF after it’s no longer serving you.
- Explore athlete + coaching strategies that develop MENTAL TOUGHNESS
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Rich Clune is a 34 year old professional hockey player born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. A veteran of 15 professional seasons, Rich currently serves as the captain of the Toronto Marlies, which is the top minor league of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and has also played for the Los Angeles Kings, Nashville Predators, and his hometown Toronto Maple Leafs. Outside of hockey Rich has a passion for the arts and is heavily active in the addiction recovery community and with mental health initiatives.
David Reale is an actor, teacher and coach living in Toronto. For the past 20 years, he has worked on stages across Canada and in film, television and animation in Canada and the U.S. He spent 8 seasons as ‘Benjamin’ on the show Suits; he’s a recurring character on The Boys and American Gods; played Charlie Cole in the Ubisoft video game franchise Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist; and he played the title role in My Name is Asher Lev at the Segal Centre in Montreal and the Manitoba Theatre Centre; He also writes and performs with the sketch comedy outfit Elephant Empire who has won “Best Of the Fest” at The Montreal SketchFest for four consecutive years. David has been teaching at a Meisner-based acting studio for a decade, he teaches at AMAW Toronto and recently joined the faculty at George Brown College in both the Theatre and Acting for Media programs.
Joe Towne: is an award-winning writer and director who got his degree in Acting from the University of Southern California. He’s been a coach for the past two decades helping businesses and performers –some of whom are selling that product you just bought or starring in that movie you Netflixed last night. This work compelled him to write a book about how our inner reality affects our outer experience, which led him to be a guest on the Dr. Oz show. As an actor he has worked with people like Jennifer Love Hewitt and Hillary Swank and you can see him opposite Rebel Wilson in Isn’t It Romantic, which is now available on iTunes. Before creating The Performers Mindset Joe spent years as an acting coach at one of the top studios in Hollywood where he co-created their audition technique program. He works with professional actors and athletes, as they transition from their sport into the entertainment industry. He also works with corporations bringing Mindset into practice in the workplace. The Performers Mindset program has been in Los Angeles (both independently and at The Aquila School), at USC, UCLA, the Vancouver Film School and George Brown College. His collaboration with Casting Workbook continues to bring coaching, workshops and compelling conversations to artists across the globe.