Sunday, January 19 • 10:00-4:00 pm • Tuition: $150, proceeds to benefit Corey Fischer's medical expenses
Please note: This class has been cancelled.
“Stand-up storytelling” invigorates the imagination, reclaims memories, and inspires the body’s own creativity. This day will include of a variety of exercises in a safe and supportive setting. Each student will be guided in discovering a particular personal story that needs to be told. This class is for anyone who wants to tell their own stories and expand their expressive range. No prior experience necessary.
Corey Fischer was originally scheduled to teach this workshop. He is recovering from surgery and unable to teach. Nina Wise, who is a longtime friend who co-taught with Corey for many years, is stepping in to teach this workshop as a benefit to help pay Corey's medical expenses.
The founder of Motion Theater®, an original form of autobiographical improvisation, Nina offers performances and trainings in this unique form of authentic self-expression. She has performed custom-designed improvised works at theaters, think tanks, conferences, medical institutions, and political events around the world.
As an artist and teacher who specializes in innovation, she has coached numberous individuals and teams in creativity, the cultivation of presence, stress reduction, communication and leadership. In addition, authorized to teach by Jack Kornfield, Wise teaches Buddhist practice at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and other spiritual centers worldwide.