Helping Individuals Transform Their Lives Using the Power of Play
If you want to help people who are:
Stuck and frustrated because their talent and work is not being seen
Disconnected from others and not getting the results and outcomes they want
Working and living in an unfulfilling way
And who want to:
Become aligned with who they are and how they want to live
Be able to powerfully connect with others
Go beyond fear and insecurity and find the courage to collaborate
Be bold enough to go after their creative ideas
There is a way to get out of your own head and to step into a more creative, joyful and effective flow.
It’s possible in transformational play.
What is "Transformational Play?"
Often courses are “head-focused”, you sit and listen to information. Retreats can be “inner-focused”, you are serious, still and solitary.
In a transformational play, we are completely present and engaged with each other, not living in the past but open to a new future. Science is proving that play stimulates the brain and fires impulses in the frontal lobe, helping creativity, flexibility, relational skills, memory, physical health, and even the immune system.
By rewiring the brain with play, we can correct imbalances and develop many capacities, and transform the person in a light and fun way.
People will increase energy, improve decision-making, communicate more effectively and become more successful at bringing themselves and their creative talents into the world.
How is the Transformational Play Taught?
Play incorporates a full range of play activities - the integration of movement, music, creative expression, storytelling, social interaction, well-designed games, and contemplative exercises. Participants need no previous experience with any of these. Curiosity is enough to receive powerful outcomes
“When enough people raise play to the status it deserves in our lives, we will find the world a better place.” - Stuart Brown, M.D.
Angela Halvorsen Bogo
Transformational Play Founder
Angela Halvorsen Bogo is a facilitator and performer with thirty years of experience using play, storytelling, movement, improvisation, meditation, and clowning to facilitate change in individuals and organisations.
Angela is an expert in ‘transformational play’, helping individuals to become aligned with who they are and how they want to live.
Angela has worked with:
Presenters (performers, speakers, storytellers, teachers)
People who work to bring out transformation in others (coaches, therapists, team leaders)
Health professionals (doctors, nurses, care providers)
People transitioning into a new chapter of their life
Individuals who are passionate about personal development
Angela’s unique approach has provided a life-changing experience for hundreds of people who have deepened and strengthened their relational skills. Angela has become a perennial and important part of our short course programme.