Through fun games, movement exercises and improvisations, this class helps the students take off their social "masks" of control and caution and become more spontaneous and free. The movement exercise introduced the students to their body's wisdom and invited them to present themselves from the heart, rather than their brain. The brain limits our ability to be present in the moment and hens to be more authentic. This awareness is especially important for facilitators that work with children to build a sense of trust and safety. The class also enabled the students with strategies in developing physical comedy and techniques in non verbally communicating clearly and simply.
Watch the video below about how it went :)