im·pro·vise v. im·pro·vised, im·pro·vis·ing, im·pro·vis·es
- To invent, compose, or perform with little or no preparation.
- To invent, compose, or perform something extemporaneously.
- To improvise music.
- To make do with whatever materials are at hand.
I have been practicing improvisation, movement, yoga and meditation for many years.
I owe everything I knows to my most excellent teachers. I would like to thank them all, especially:
- Andrew Morrish solo improvisation
- Billie Jo Joy Action Theater and yoga
- Rosalind Crisp dance improvisation
- Ruth Girod movement and improvisation
- Ruth Zapora Action Theatre