Improv Brain Warm Ups

Improv exercises can be a great way to warm-up the brain for creative thinking. Here are three easy activities you can do with your team to get the creative juices going.

1. Mind Meld

Mind Meld is all about getting on the same page while thinking out of the box. Take a look at the video below

2. Circuits (Pattern Game)

Circuits takes a little getting used to, but it can be a great way to make sure people take individual responsibility for focusing on their roles. Check out the video below.

3. Walk / Stop

Walk / Stop is a more physical activity, but it gets the blood flowing and also reminds people that it’s okay to mess up. Creative thinking is never perfect and being willing to make mistakes comes with the territory. See it action below or follow these instructions: Walk / Stop.

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