A handbook for individuals and groups, including fifty exercises to increase creativity. Trusting the Moment provides a set of tools that will make the reader a more effective, exciting and excited artist and/or group leader. The exercises are designed to help people foster self-esteem and confidence; get to know themselves in new and exciting ways; build memory, concentration and listening skills; become more flexible, physically and emotionally; free themselves from the blocks and inhibitions that many people bring to one-on-one and to group situations; and learn how to live in the moment. These exercises have created marvelous transformations in the attitudes and work of thousands of actors and directors, and now Ms. Lindheim is sharing them with everyone. The section on the Art of Group Leadership is a valuable resource for group leaders in any field. Trusting the Moment is for Teachers, Group Facilitators, Helping Professionals, Therapists, Coaches, Directors and Actors, Drama/Art/Music and Creative Writing Professors, Youth Leaders and people who like to have FUN! The book includes an extensive resource section for further exploration.
|Publisher:||Satya House Publications|
|Product dimensions:||8.46(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Jeannie Lindheim has taught acting, improvisation, creativity, and characterization techniques for thirty years. Founder of Boston's Hearts and Noses Hospital Clown Troupe that has entertained over 50,000 children. After Hurricane Katrina, Jeannie spent a week in Houston clowning and doing "by the cot" visits to 1,100 people. Currently director of Jeannie Lindheim's Center for Creativity in Boston.