Play is an important aspect of our humanity and it becomes no less important in our lives as we grow older. Play is therapeutic, connects us with ourselves and others and of course it is fun!
Sadly, many adults have simply forgotten how to play. Yes, we have jobs to do, children to raise, bills to
pay and much more to handle in our adult lives, but our lives are meant to be enjoyed and can be when we are unafraid to bring play back into our lives.
What we offer in this workshop is a chance for you to regain a sense of your own innate playfulness and leave with the skills to help you tap into it in the future.
The training will include:
- Open ended activities where participants are given time and permission to play and to tap into their innate playfulness.
- Accessible introductions to the work of play academic Peter Gray.
- Time to reflect individually and through discussion in pairs and larger groups.