By constant practice of jumping in and choosing to pay attention to our authentic voice first, we retrain our body, mind and self to ignore the judgment voice and listen to our true voice first. The more we do this practice in our improv class, the more likely we can do this practice in our daily lives....

Improvising your life requires all of you ─ not just your brain. That’s where your body comes in. Your body doesn’t lie. The body connects all of you together: your mind, your emotions, your creativity, your instinct, your surroundings, and your experiences. Every improvisation moment should incorporate all of you because that’s where the uniquely, authentic, creative, best you comes to life fully....

Meet Fred Cheng, a new improv teacher at the BNW SU who uses improv skills to follow his curiosity and express himself creatively in his daily life....

Meet Derek, one of our many Everyday Improv graduates who enjoys coming to our Everyday Continued Playgroup at the BNW SU. Thank you for sharing your story with us, Derek!...