A WORKSHOP TO EXPLORE THE BASICS OF IMPROV COMEDY AND MINDFULNESS PRACTICE
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 | 6:30-8:30pm
Stream Yoga + Meditation, 819 Weaver Rd, Port Colborne
Learn the fundamentals of improv in a safe, supportive and collaborative environment. With a particular emphasis on being fully present and in the moment, this workshop will begin with an element of mindfulness, helping participants get out of their heads and ready to engage in playful improvised games and scenes.
This will be an in-person, socially distanced workshop. There is a limited number of spaces available, so please register early to avoid disappointment!
We are delighted to have Brie Watson, co-founder of Improv Niagara, leading the workshop!
Cost: $25 (includes HST) or or use 1 class pass* + $10
*You are welcome to use a class pass from your 5, 10 or 20 class pass pack; 1 week, 1 or 3 month unlimited pass holders will need to pay $25 for the workshop.
Please pre-register early, space is limited.
Pre-registration: A $10 deposit is required to secure your space. Your deposit, or the full amount, can be paid by interac email transfer to email@example.com or paypal at paypal.me/streamyoga. We also accept cash, credit card or cheque.
For more information and to pre-register: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 905.401.YOGA (9642) or call/text Heather at 519.400.7862
CANCELLATION POLICY: If you cancel on or prior to 3 days before the event (Sunday, August 2), you will receive your deposit back in full. If you cancel after this date, your deposit can not be refunded. Balance is due on or before the day of the event. If the teacher or studio cancels this event for any reason, you will receive a full refund.
Brie is an improv instructor based in Niagara. She is the co-founder of Improv Niagara, and a faculty member at The Second City Training Centre in Toronto. She co-facilitates workshops with “Fantastic Funny Folks” an organization aimed at helping women mitigate anxiety, build confidence, communicate more effectively, reconnect with creativity and ultimately find their voice. Brie participated in the first ever “Yes And: Improv & Mental Health Conference” in Chicago in 2017.
Brie’s teaching focuses strongly on elements of improv which benefit listening, presence, connection and collaboration as well those which encourage joy, play and pure silliness.
Meditation + Yoga InstructorHeather first met with Buddhist teachings in the Fall of 2000, and has since spent her time avidly exploring the nature of mind.