I started doing improv because I wanted to explore the more creative side of myself, something I was finding lacking in my daily job. So, after three years of studying and practicing improv techniques, I can say that they made an even more positive change in my life than I was expecting. This experience made me more spontaneous, accepting of myself and just a happier person in general.
The way Rahel teaches improv is special and focuses on the safety of the space and trust between participants. This highlights the therapeutic aspects of this practice, there is no stress on trying to do something you won’t be ready for yet. I recommend it for everybody, even if you don’t think of yourself as a creative person, improv can make a serious difference in your life!