We were Pill Postering in Portsmouth
My friend and colleague, Liz Korabek-Emerson and I were walking around Portsmouth, NH yesterday putting up PILL posters. We were catching up after the holidays, brainstorming ideas, and promoting our classes – Korabek Training and PILL!
We talk a LOT about how to explain the value of the improv and mindfulness activities we teach. We see and feel how nurturing experiences can be. We get moving testimonials from people who have never taken classes like ours. And we delight in creating safe and fun environments that encourage trust and divine play! BUT, how do we explain it?
Enriching to experience – hard to describe
As we walked along, Liz challenged me to think of language that would explain the benefits this pilot PILL class for kids and their adults would offer – (Saturday afternoon Jan 19th, 2019 – 2:30-4:30 at PPMTV)
Shortly after we were in Water Monkey where we always exchange hugs with Roger, one of the owners and wicked nice man. Soooo, while handing him a poster, I told him about the new class! He listened and seemed to get it!
It will be an afternoon of playful bonding for kids and their adults – with other kids and their adults.
There will be positive social experiences that nurture relationships.
Participants will develop confidence and trust in themselves, others, and their surroundings.
They will create shared memories that are joyful and unique.
Do you have or know of a kid who might benefit from an emotional boost in a class with opportunities to develop social confidence in a non-competitive environment and develop trusting bonds with their parents, an aunt, grandfather, or trusted neighbor? Do you know of parents, teachers, guidance counselors, or child therapists that want to try something new for children that isn’t therapy, yet is enriching? Please help share the word. And if you have questions, call me: 603-205-3509! THANK YOU!
P.S. I got some great hand-knitted gloves at Water Monkey for only 5 bucks!