I get really anxious even thinking about speaking to an audience and it was holding me back professionally. When I got a call from Speasy, I was a bit skeptical. But I had nothing to lose so I gave it a shot. After just the free class, I knew I'd be attending many more. And I'm glad to say that after just a few weeks public speaking has become just another task at work. I love that I can just join any class that fits my schedule, and since it's all online I can do it from the comfort of my own home.
Welcome to Speasy!
Let's practice public speaking
What We Do
We offer 60 minute online sessions where you can practice public speaking and receive feedback from our experienced coaches. Practice your own speech or build your skills with our customized exercises.
Why We Do It
In the real world, we are constantly thrown into situations where we need to speak publicly: wedding toasts, client presentations, job interviews, meetings, or in the classroom. And yet, we haven't had the opportunity to develop these public speaking skills to do these confidently. To perform like a pro, you need to practice like a pro — consistently.
That's where we come in. Speasy provides a safe, low-stakes environment for you to build, practice, and refine your public speaking skills and be ready for your next presentation.
What Sets Us Apart
Sign up for any session that fits your schedule and join us from anywhere. All sessions are online.
Choose Your Own Path
Every session gives you the chance to work on one of our confidence-building exercises or practice for that speech you've been worried about.
Sprints, not Marathons
Our sessions last 60 minutes and you get to practice in every session. No more 8-hour energy-draining workshops where you get minimal practice time.
Your first class is always free and no credit card required! After that, choose the subscription that best suits your needs.
Each session is mediated by one of our coaches, who will guide you in your journey with us by providing the feedback you need.
Classes have around 16 students to balance personalized attention with a sufficiently large audience.
What Students Think
I was so nervous about presenting a design proposal to a new client. After practicing the speech a few times with Speasy, I was able to absolutely crush the presentation. I didn't even get nervous.