Personal Development through Improv

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Personal Development through Improv

Time: March 4, 2014 at 7pm to April 1, 2014 at 9pm
Location: Headwaters Bldg.,
Street: 84 4th Street
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
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Phone: 541-292-3821
Event Type: personal, development, class
Organized By: Ruth Kirby
Latest Activity: Mar 22, 2014

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Tuesdays, March 4th through April 1st (5 weeks), 7:00-9:00pm.

Facilitated by Ruth Kirby, Headwaters Building, Ashland.

This class is designed to increase self-esteem, decrease fear, discover deeply hidden jewels within us all, and practice being in the moment - while having a lot of fun!  Using simple improv principles and games, you will discover how perfect improv is as a tool for personal development.  If you are interested in living more fully, having more fun, and expanding your ideas of who you can be, this class is for you.  No previous experience with improv is needed; the class is open to all.  $100.00  Call 541-292-3821 for registration or more information.

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