The Winning Through Pageantry Take The Stage™training DVD is a must have training tool for natural beauty pageant preparation. The depth of information shared in this video will further polish your on stage presence.
Remember, the judges cast their final vote when you are on stage in your evening gown. Your overall stage presence and appearance will determine your final placement.
In this 60-minute DVD, you will learn:
- Proper posture and alignment,
- Foot positioning,
- Timing of your turns,
- Multiple walking patterns,
- Stage presence,
- Microphone etiquette,
- Numerous tips as Rhonda demonstrates all of these techniques.
The modeling styles taught on this video will work for those contestants competing in the following natural pageant systems:
- Miss American Coed (MAC),
- National American Miss (NaMiss),
- PURE Pageants,
- Miss America,
- America’s Outstanding Teen,
- Miss Teen USA,
- Miss USA,
- Miss Universe,
- Mrs. America,
- Mrs. United States,
- Teen, Miss and Mrs. International,
- America’s National Teenager (Antso),
- Any of the numerous systems that follow the standards of a natural pageant.
Contestants who are brand new to pageantry or have done a couple pageants in the past; and those who do not have pageant preparation resources close to them will benefit most from this DVD. Even if you feel confident in your modeling skills, the numerous tips shared in this DVD will take your onstage presence to the next level.
Please allow up to 14 days to receive your DVD. This is being shipped from a separate vendor. The DVD is readable in all countries around the world but should you receive a defective DVD, a replacement one will be sent.
Rhonda Shappert, is both an iPEC and ICF certified expert pageant coach. In addition to holding multiple titles herself, her clients have won titles at local, state, national and internationals pageants. Her award winning newsletter is received weekly by thousands internationally.
With over 30 years experience in the pageant industry as a contestant, titleholder, judge, emcee, staff member, coach and mother of daughters who compete, there isn’t an area of pageantry she doesn’t fully understand.