Winter Eliot 2020: "Personal Transformation through Co-Creativity" with Guy Nelson

Monday, December 28, 2020 at 02:30 PM at Friday, January 01, 2021 at 12:00 PM

Personal Transformation through Improvisational Thinking and Group Co-Creativity

During the morning program, Guy Nelson will take the group through a transformative process by using a series of fun and powerful games and activities. You'll learn to change your language, behavior and thinking patterns to expand the way you see yourself and the world around you. Step out of a limiting, self-critical mindset into one of exploration and wonder where everything is possible. You'll discover your brilliant sense of humor and creativity, and learn to co-create art, stories and solutions with others. Oh, and you'll spend most of the time laughing heartily! 

The program is open to everyone of all abilities and experiences. No special writing or performing skills are needed. Most importantly, the games and activities are non-competitive, so there is no failure, no judgment and no right or wrong.

Biography: Guy Nelson is a Seattle-based journalist, workplace trainer, actor, musician and author. He's had a long career as a radio host and reporter for NPR in the Seattle area. Outside of that, Guy is busy performing on stages in the Northwest and across the country. He's an ensemble member of Seattle's Unexpected Productions, the region's biggest and oldest improv theater troupe, where he also teaches improv acting and music. As a musician (piano, voice and guitar) he performs regularly with theater, cabaret, church and jazz events across the region. 

Guy founded his own training company, Infinite Creativity Consultants, to help organizations, businesses, schools and individuals develop skills in creative thinking, communication and team building. He uses improvisational techniques to teach people to better tap into their innate creativity and imagination, and to co-create amazing results with others. He's worked with people across the US and internationally in Europe and Asia.

Location

13395 Lagoon Drive NW, Seabeck WA