First, Improv is fun!  And you will laugh a lot.  Laughter is a great leveller—it relaxes you; helps you connect quickly with others; plus, it boosts your energy and immune system.  What could be wrong with that?

Second, Improv exercises can help you access your creative ideas and thoughts, without the self-editing that often takes place in day-to-day conversations.

Third, you will learn to be more present in your interactions with others—and that will help you become a more effective listener.

Fourth, there are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers in Improv.  By playing with ideas, going beyond ‘normal’ conversations and realities, you can experience a wonderful freedom in your thinking.  You will become aware of your own communication obstacles and see ways to break them down.


Mary@ImprovYourself.ca     ·     (613) 324-9495