Posts Tagged ‘therapy’

Improv/e Yourself!

Monday, September 16th, 2013
This is from a friend whose heart is good and ability to be silly is even better:
Have you ever wanted to take an improv class but have no desire to be a comedian? Come to this improv class for non-performers!

The class is designed to help you:

– connect fully to the immense creativity in your unconscious

– reduce negative internal self-talk
– get out of your head
– speak more confidently with other people
– tap into your intuition

The class will take place in a comfortable environment with up to 15 people help you let loose.

One time only reduced rate, just $15. Pay at the door.

7pm – 8:30pm Thursday 9/26/13
University Heights Center
Room #108

Confirm by emailing: UnlockedCreativeWorkshops@gmail.com

or call Ben Lidgus at:
206 462 0654

Please pass this email along to anyone you think might be interested.
Ben Lidgus has been performing improv since 1998 with many different groups.  He has been teaching improv since 2007.  He holds a Master’s degree in teaching and taught at Garfield High School for 2 years.

More on Vulnerability

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

A friend pointed me to this excellent Ted Talk by Brene Brown. Apparently, I’m not alone in my struggle with vulnerability, and the data shows it’s good for us. Enjoy!