A lovely time guesting on Celynn Morin’s Wellbeing Immersion week. The first 10 minutes are four ways playfulness can support your wellbeing. Then we demonstrate two simple games you can play at home: “Gift Giving” and “Remember when we?” They’re… Read More »Wellbeing Immersion with Celynn Morin
Untangling “serious.” Many languages equate “important” with “should be approached in a solemn way.” But sometimes lightening up can be more effective.
Talking with clown, facilitator and dramatherapist Holly Stoppit about clowning, courage, risk, play and mindfulness. Find Holly at https://www.hollystoppit.com/ https://www.facebook.com/hollystoppit Clowning Out of Chaos conference (Eventbrite) 21-23 May 2021 Holly’s Mindful Play course Me – Find my embodied improvised comedy… Read More »Mindful Play with Holly Stoppit
I really enjoy being in nature, whether it’s walking in the local park, finding a forest, or watching a documentary. Nature always holds new surprises.
Laughter isn’t serious, but it is important. It’s a natural physical movement that can help relieve stress, connect you with others and bring more joy to your life. And you don’t have to wait for something “funny” to happen. You… Read More »Laughology – The Science of Laughter
Discussing improv and play with therapist Aisha Fakhro. On Aisha’s Soft Strength site (including download) On Apple Podcasts
Short BBC video on “Giggle Doctors” run by Theodora Children’s Charity who are helping raise the spirits of children stuck in hospital for long periods. I was struck by how the performers allow the children to have positive, fun experiences with adults… Read More »Helping Children Handle Hospital