You are a performer, whether on a sales call, in relationships, giving a speech, or leading a team! What happens when you apply skills that professional performers use to create successful interactions at work and home?
In this very playful gathering, you will have fun with easy, light-hearted games from improv and theater. Like "wax on, wax off" from The Karate Kid, you'll practice the games with a group of like-minded people and then find yourself naturally applying the skills in all arenas of your life.
From the shy to the bold, this is a safe place to try something different, connect with others in a deeper way, gain new perspectives, give your self-expression and creativity an outlet, and feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
"We do not stop playing because we grow old. We grow old because we stop playing." - George Bernard Shaw
You should join us if you are a...
Did we mention that it's fun?!
Your guide - Delilah Blake has been leading this class for over 25 years around the U.S. and Europe. As someone who used to be found hiding behind the potted plant, she knows how to make even the shyest person feel comfy while trying something new.
Available for your group of 6 to 10 participants - online via Zoom or in-person in Greater Portland, Maine.
*** The final class is an informal, interactive party, whether in-person or online! ***
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*** Coming in December 2024 ***
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"You have a gift for bringing out the best in people."
- E. Siebe, Journalist
"Thank you for providing a fun, accepting, safe environment. This is the best experience I have ever had with how people really communicate with each other!" - J. Cohen, Speaker
"I thoroughly enjoyed the class. It helped me relax and be comfortable being more spontaneous." - G. Dotson, MD
“The international convention went extremely well. The time I spent in this class was of great value in my preparation as well as my confidence on stage." - B. Bertolet, Sales Director
“I was asked to speak up more in meetings but I was always afraid I would say the wrong thing. This class helped develop belief and trust in myself, the games got me “out of my head” and helped me push through self-limiting boundaries. I’m now able to contribute in meetings and just got a promotion and raise!” - I. Ragsdale, Change & Communications Manager, Employee Engagement
"As an lawyer, my presentation skills took a huge leap forward. I'm in the 'amen' section of your choir!" - T. O'Rourke, attorney
"It was like an extra date night with my husband. Class was fun and always had us stretching. It was run in such a way that it was safe to experiment and provided a welcome affirmation for both of us. It was refreshing to be in an environment where play like that was the norm!" - M. Orr, Leadership Coach & Trainer
"Not only did the class provide a space to unwind, laugh and relax, it also provided a sense of community which is greatly needed. I looked forward to connecting with the group each week! As we all know…Laughter is the best medicine!" - B. Fincher, R.N.
"It is so fun and refreshing to connect with lively, curious people and be lead through a series of delightful improv games. I also love that my teenage sons are willing to participate and often surprise me (and themselves) with their creativity and humor. It's an all-around blast." - D. Minney, education research & development
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