our practice

Eloquence Studio offers fundamental training  in voice, speech, body language, content treatment and listening skills. We specialize in interpersonal training such as diplomacy, leadership, negotiation, mediation and facilitation training. Our training enhances the people skills for every day interaction as well as ‘high stakes’ situations such as public speaking, presentation, interviewing and media. For non-native speakers we offer speech clarity enhancement and accent reduction training.

We offer training in four formats:


full courses

Personal Training is a 16-week series of 50-minute training sessions, conducted weekly.
We offer personal training in “interpersonal communication training”  “voice”, “speech”, “content & messaging” as well as “accent modification”.  These sessions all begin with an evaluation and follow a course of study based on the results of that evaluation.

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short courses

Abridged Training. Due to the popularity of our “interpersonal communication training” program, we have created a condensed, short course called “Interpersonal Mini” which is a short course of best practices from the longer course.  This doesn’t include an evaluation and has a set 10-session curriculum.

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single sessions

Single sessions, which we often refer to as coaching sessions are one or two 50-minute trainings booked with a specific teacher to prepare for interview, presentation or speaker preparation.

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group training workshops

We offer company-subsidized, on location workshops. These are offered in a two-hour intro, half day and full day formats.  They cover a variety of subjects such as: Expressive IntrovertsCompelling PresentationsStorytelling for Data, Vocal Authority, Delivering Under Pressure, Creating a Strong Impression, The Art of Persuasion, Leading the Communication, and more.

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about eloquence

Eloquence opened its doors in 2006 offering spoken voice and speech training to anyone who wanted to learn. Since we weren’t targeting a specific profession, ethnicity or gender our work rapidly began to expand by demand into a broader spectrum practice. By 2008 we were offering both verbal and nonverbal communication and were still challenging ourselves to make the work accessible to anyone who walked in the door. This holds true today and is fundamental in making our work unique. In 2013 Eloquence formally expanded into a communication training school and brought on two new teachers, Alicia and Amy to meet the growing demand for training of this kind.

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