Improv for Non-Performers

"It's a reminder that even the most basic skills (human connection) are really the most difficult to remember. It was the perfect workshop.”
-Christine Cauchon

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Mindfulness Essentials for Improv and Life

Based on Thich Nhat Hanh's How to Live books, these three-hour, standalone workshops delve into the importance of bringing awareness to how we move through the world and how it can affect our relationships, jobs, and lives.

Whether you're a performer or a non-performer, you will emerge with deeper self-awareness, the courage to face who you are, pride in your individuality, and the power to harness your true self to receive what you desire in your life.

November Topic: How to Connect

November 6 or November 20

8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central 
$40 per person

 

December Topic: How to Stand

December 4 or December 18

8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central 
$40 per person

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Bend, Don't Break 

This three-week class for non-performers addresses group dynamics and how to create balance within them. Using Improvisational exercises, we will practice creating harmony between seemingly opposite ideas, such as collaborating while asserting your needs and supporting team direction while still being able to say "no." When the time comes to apply these practices to life, you'll know how. 

November 16, 23, and 30

7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Central 

$85 per person 

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Invisible Improv: Advocating for your Invisible Disability

Imagine arriving at your doctor’s appointment confidently describing your symptoms, level of pain, and needs, clearly and without shame. This class empowers you to express your needs to everyone from your medical doctors and work managers to your friends and family. Whether you need to switch restaurants for accessibility reasons or switch medications for any reason, you deserve to be heard and respected. 

Interested in taking this class?