When will everything get back to normal?
We, like many of you, have been adjusting to the new normal. Team CI is wearing masks when we go outside, washing our hands for longer than we used to (they were always reasonably clean, promise), and adapting to an increasingly remote world.
We’re not sure when or if normalcy will ever completely return. However, we are committed to making the most of where we’re at now. Including choosing how we define it.
- (of a place) situated far from the main centers of population; distant.
having very little connection with or relationship to.
This Fall we’re continuing our remote live Zoom classes with Josh Pais with our Master Class beginning September 9th. We’re necessarily physically distant from each other right now, but our live Zoom classes are facilitating connection and joy among a dynamic community of creators.
One of the biggest lessons Josh teaches is how to use the Committed Impulse tools to achieve presence and authenticity. This practice will help you book more work and become a more interesting performer, but maybe most radically, it will also lead to you increasingly showing up for yourself in life. You’re going to discover how to be, live, and do in a more connected way that nurtures your sense of play.
Don’t just take our word for it though. We’ve been getting some truly amazing feedback from the wonderful artists taking our live Zoom classes.
Have a listen to Julia Jansch (director, Best Documentary Short at 2020 Tribeca Film Festival) as she describes her recent experience taking a live zoom course with Josh Pais earlier this summer.
“Committed Impulse… has changed how I approach everything…… and life is just getting more fun…”
We invite you to dive in and join us for the next Live Course with Josh Pais on Zoom!
A great way to start the new season.
Have any questions about our upcoming courses?
Please reach out to us now.