Stimulates intuition… improvisation is spontaneous and done without a fixed outcome. It relies on inner knowing to develop creative choices and responses.
Increases creativity… improvisation can take us beyond our usual reactions allowing responses born of new possibilities into creative outcomes beyond what we could have thought. Engaging possibilities to develop skills and knowledge that creatively arrive in the moment.
Empowerment and confidence building… with the permission inherent in improvisation to say “yes” and “no”, we can follow a totally new path. The results are in the hands of the improviser, with no established strict format, composition, or script the improviser also creates their own measurements for progress.
Development of… relaxation, range of movement, quality of movement, instinct, spontaneity, playfulness, concentration, fitness, humor, passion and listening skills both to ourselves and others.
Expanding personal limits… with the absence of prescribed limits we establish new expanded zones of comfort and confidence about ourselves.
Strengthening connection to ourselves and to others… in the absence of an external model to follow, we can find our direction within, being drawn toward something from deep inside which leads to a sense of connection to oneself and others.