New Years Day's Ash Costello is one of many different band members hosting workshops through The Entertainment Institute during the 2017 Warped Tour and it appears that her workshop has positively affected her as much as we're sure it has positively affected everyone that's been a part of it.

Check out what she wrote on Instagram about teaching the workshop below!

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Costello is speaking about confidence in her How to Harness your Confidence to Reach Your Goals workshop helping anyone interested to learn how to not let doubt get in the way of achieving their dreams.

“I wish this had been available when I was a teenager starting on the journey to chase my dreams. Self confidence and fear play large roles in younger students ability and motivation to conquer their goals. I have learned so much in my decade in the music industry that I have a major desire to share,” said Costello before the tour.

But now after a few weeks has passed, Costello reflected on the class in a post on her instagram revealing that teaching her backstage class is her “favorite part of the day.”

“I love making a difference in your lives and it makes everything I've gone thru [sic] and learned worth it,” writes Costello.

You can read Costello's full post below.

Tickets are just $25 and can be purchased here.

Other workshops include:

Connor Denis (Beartooth) – Finding Your Sound On The Drums
Matty Mullins (Memphis May Fire) – Developing Your Band
Nikki Misery (New Years Day) – Punk Rock Madness
David McWane (Big D and the Kids Table) – DIY Ethics

To see who else will be giving workshops click here.

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