This is a 10 week high-end course on elegant deportment. It is the most in-depth deportment course on the internet with lessons on walking, sitting, style, speech, upper-class customs, and so much more. You will learn all the mannerisms you need to enter into upper-class society as well as the societies of business leaders and politicians. We share with you our experiences spanning several generations as well as tips and recommendations. You won’t get this kind of information anywhere else online. If you are really interested in developing grace and poise or standing out from the crowd and giving yourself an upper-edge, this course is for you. It is ten weeks of instruction, projects, and exercises. So, enroll now! To sign up for the course, please click here.
This is an 8 week course on elegant deportment. It is the most in-depth deportment course on the internet with exercises, lessons, and tips on walking, sitting, upper-class mannerisms, and so much more. If you are really interested in developing grace and poise or standing out from the crowd and giving yourself an upper-edge, this course is for you.
This is an intensive level course created by family and friends of diplomats and seasoned hostesses… for ladies who have the desire to hostess successful dinners for professional reasons like work, fundraising, & introductions; or for ladies who want to become leading society hostesses – whose invitations are highly sought after, whose home becomes a fashionable venue to visit, and whose dinners become legend. The tutorial has 20+ lessons and is much more in-depth than anything you’ll find on this blog. It includes downloads, exercises, secret boards, recommendations, and so much more!
Every lady should know how to send and answer an invitation properly. So this course covers all the etiquette rules regarding informal and formal dinner invitations. It also offers advice and examples for clarification as well as recommendations.
“Poise, grace, elegance, refinement, and savoir-faire are the end result of study and practice. They are not a birth right. They are rewards for years well-spent.”