Teaching Radical Improv at AIN 2011

We learn by doing

Radical Improv offers an opportunity to experiment with new behaviors in a safe environment.

We playfully explore our edges — where do we stop ourselves, where do we go blank, where do we have difficulty staying present? 

How do we tell the truth and remain in the conversation? 

Radical Improv can help you —

  • Learn communication skills that keep you centered in your present experience. 
  • Expand your ability to express your emotional truth. 
  • Create the kind of relationships you want. 
  • Experience more aliveness and vitality. 
  • Have fun!

Radical Improv is not about performance per se.  We use applied improvisation to facilitate personal growth and organizational transformation.

If you want to feel more alive, take more risks, and create more intimate connections in your life come to Radical Improv!   


What People Are Saying

    "I got to be very vulnerable about my truth – I got to step out of lies to self and lies to others in order to act authentically."

    — Workshop participant

    "Liam uses the tools of Radical Honesty and the playfulness of improv to challenge participants to move beyond their comfort zones and open themselves to a new level of experience."

    — Workshop participant

    "Radical Improv – improv that can change your life through radical truth telling, curiosity, and the opportunity to express the range of human emotion and experience."

    -- Workshop participant

     “ Discussion and acting exercises created a safe container for my attempts at self expression. I felt vulnerable at times, but the group held a safe boundary for me to go deeper inside. Liam’s gentle guidance and integrity helped me navigate the confusing waters of my own self. He is a gifted facilitator who urges participants into scary and intense situations while maintaining compassion and appreciation for their experiences. ”

    — KN, Mountain View, CA

    “ Radical Improv is a provocative and endlessly inventive way of accessing personal truth and learning responsible communication in a spirit of honesty, respect and play. ”

    — GH, Richmond, CA


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