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Smile coaching Smile coaching

Smile Coaching is an opportunity to strengthen our smile, to use it well and keep improving it.

At Smile Coaching I spread the message that a smile can have enough power to help not only us but also other people and that’s what gives us a lot of strength.

Smile Coaching
for sportspeople,
teams and sport camps

Smile Coaching
for companies and bosses

Smile Coaching
for artists,
theatres, operas, festivals

Smile Coaching
for pupils and students

Smile Coaching
for children, the disabled,
hospitals, orphanages, hospices

Smile Coaching
for everybody

What You can learn?

At Smile Coaching I spread the message that a smile can have enough power to help not only us but also other people and that’s what gives us a lot of strength.

At workshops, we talk about a smile and also about tears. It’s a consideration about the wisdom of a smile, but also fun, loud laughter and smiling at each other with the kind of smile which stays with us, especially for hard times.

Workshops also help us find and improve what’s good in us, what we can share with other people. It’s also an opportunity to stop the time for a while, because when we smile, we forget about the whole world.

"At Smile Coaching for young sportspeople from whole Europe, the topic was health, strength and discipline. It turned out that regardless the type of sport, a smile can do wonders in the least expected moments. A rugby player compared a smile to doping. It gives you strength and positive energy in a healthy way."

Smile Coaching is an opportunity to strengthen our smile, to use it well and keep improving it. We can even learn how to use the so-called fake smile. Smile Coaching will teach you how to immediately transform a fake smile into an honest one and how to keep that honest smile for good.

What are the benefits of Smile Coaching?

  • Positive energy & general well-being
  • Less stress = strong immune system
  • Cooperation & integration with the group
  • Promoting your company as a positive place
  • Faster treatment of patients
  • Knowledge about interal smile
  • Easier and quicker learning
  • Better self-esteem

How typical workshop looks like?

A typical workshop looks like this: together with a famous personality I talk to the children about smiling. I explain the importance of the smile, but we also discuss why sometimes it’s not easy to smile. We play a lot, we draw smiley faces on a big poster and take a smiley selfie. We also laugh out loud and chant “ha ha haaa”. Finally, we stand in such a way that we form a large smiley face.

If you decide to book a Smile Workshop or Coaching Session for your company or organization, Mr. Wysoczyński offers you to set up an exhibition of photographs and smiles from the WorldSmileArchive (www.worldsmilearchive.com) in a venue of your choice. The shows display hand-drawn or painted smiles by children from all over the world and celebrities such as the Queen of Jordan, Liza Minnelli, Paolo Coelho, Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton and the Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I.

Creating Photos of Smiles

for every group or individual Smile Coaching

The idea of this part of Smile Couching is taking unusual pictures of famous people, children, sportspeople, soldiers and police officers, passers-by and celebrities. It’s capturing a smile of people working in an office, of flight-attendants on a plane or gardeners on 8th Avenue in New York.

I show these smiles in hospitals to make young patients laugh, but also to show them that even a miner, a marathoner or a fire fighter can always smile. Moreover, I photograph truly unique scenes, e.g. a police officer doing the splits, a smile with a wink during a perfect drill or a triathlonist jumping in a way it looks as if he was flying like a jet. There is also a kind of smile for which I need a big group of people and proper scenery or architecture. In Lublin, I used the castle and its stairs. There was a group of basketball players, the disabled, handball players, police officers, fire fighters and citizens standing on the stairs and forming a big letter ‘U’ together. The gate of the castle was the nose, and the windows were the eyes.

All those pictures are included in the World Smile Archive together with the smiling workshops and exhibitions of Smiles. We can also use architecture or nature without people, as it was in the case of a climber who made a big smile in the snow on Mount Kilimanjaro. Soon, there will be a smile created with a car in the volcanic sand in Iceland or on the Sahara Desert.