Daily Play Break is an experiment to experience the power of simple improv games to improve your well-being, shift out of our overactive amygdala (fight-flight center), cultivate creativity, build confidence, and grow a much-needed ability to deal with whatever life brings.
Recently NPR did a story on the power of improv and what's possible in just 20 minutes a day.
So... we wanted to test this, and see what happens when we play improv (aka play in a supportive, curious, imperfection-welcoming) kind of way.
No experience necessary whatsoever.
Just show up and we'll guide you through simple improv games for 20mins daily.
April 10-14, daily Mon-Fri
10-10:20am PST / 1pm EST / 7pm CET
We have a fairly educated hunch that you'll be glad you came.
Who are these sideways people pictured?
David Westerlund and Sara McMahon are facilitators, improvisers, colleagues, and friends, who love to play together and witness the joy and deep learning that emerges.
>> More about David
>> More about Sara
p.s. Sure it's fine if you can't make it everyday; but if you do make it 5 days in a row, it's going to be PHENOMENAL for you! : )