Fitzmaurice Voicework ® Intensive

3 Day Intro to Fitzmaurice Voicework ® Intensive - September 11th-13th

Fitzmaurice Voicework® is a whole-body approach to vocal training that helps you communicate both your meaning and your inner life with a free, flexible, potent voice.

Friday September 11 from 6:15pm to 9:15pm
Saturday September 12th from 10am to 7pm
Sunday September 13th from 12pm to 8pm

Sliding scale $275-$375 

DEPOSIT & PAYMENT: $50 non-refundable deposit due by August 31st to secure spot.  Your full payment is due by the first day of class.  

LOCATION: The Dharma Lab #202-1814 Pandora Street, Vancouver

NEW STUDENTS: If you are a new student you will need to have an interview first, before being accepted into the class. Please get in touch to book an interview.

Contact me to secure your spot in this intensive >>>

Shauna Johanssen Testimonial
I think the kind of voicework that Lori teaches encapsulates the heart and essence of acting. It’s not just about sound, or vocal exercises, but bringing your full body, your full voice, and your full humanity to your art. It’s about connection and communication—which is what we’re all trying to do as artists, whether on stage, on set, or in the audition room. And the Fitzmaurice work gave me tangible exercises and tools to bring into my practice immediately. As a teacher Lori is passionate, driven, caring, insightful and inspiring. And most importantly, she is about the work. All of the exercises and exploration are done in the context of bringing ourselves more fully and more professionally to the work of acting. I highly recommend her classes.
— Shauna Johannesen, Actor/Writer
Emily Skeggs Testimonial
I came into the workshop seeking freedom from my performance anxiety, which I felt was getting in the way of my personal and professional life. I left with incredible clarity. When I began the workshop my feelings and anxiety felt like blocks, but after my intro to Fitzmaurice with Lori, I reached a place where my emotions were tools rather than sources of anxiety. It was so helpful for me, on both an artistic and personal level, to discover that I can help unblock emotional traumas of my past, which I assumed were cerebral, through a physical release of my tensions.
— Emily Skeggs, 2015 Tony Award Nominee (Fun Home)

The Art of Awareness

FitzMeisner Intensive - August 13 to 19, 2015

The Art of Awareness with Lori Triolo

The combination of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and the Meisner Technique will help you connect your brain with your heart to honour the information your body is giving you to follow through on any acting moment. 

Get in touch with Lori Triolo right away if you'd like to reserve your spot in the August Intensive. 

Thursday August 13th thru Tuesday August 19th - Just 1 spot left!

The Intensive will include
Fitzmaurice Voicework® / Bodywork
Meisner Technique Exercises:
Repetition / Activities / Knock on the door
Cold Reads

6 days / 40 hours / Sliding scale no questions asked $425 - $825

Thursday 10 am to 4 pm
Friday 10 am to 4 pm
Saturday 10 am to 7 pm
Sunday 12 pm to 8 pm
Monday 12 pm to 6 pm
Tuesday 12 pm to 6 pm

Carolyn Cave Testimonial
Thank you for creating a safe, open, warm space. Thank you for offering the work so very generously. Thank you for facilitating exploration and curious play. I am changed.
— Caroline Cave
Brigitte Testimonial
After Lori’s intensive workshop, my awareness of my breath in everyday life has greatly increased. Now, I actually notice more often if I’ve been holding my breath, how my breathing changes in different situations, and my connection to my overall physical self is also greater as a result. Through Lori’s training, I truly have been learning to adopt the “Art of Awareness” as a regular practice and when I am in a given environment now, my senses are heightened. I notice other people’s behavior and details more than ever, and even pay more attention to animals and pets. When combined with acting as FitzMeisner, I believe this work is the best way-in to getting to know your true self and to becoming who you really are.
— Brigitte Drescher