In Transformational Play, people become completely present and engaged, 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, our physical health and boosts our immune system.
Stanford University’s Design school’s new course ‘From Play to Innovation’ is proving how team-centered projects are increasing innovation with playfulness. By incorporating play techniques, teams can have more productive meetings and increase competitive edge.
Play is also powerful for individuals. By rewiring the brain with play, we can correct imbalances and develop many capacities - transforming the person in a light and fun way.
Benefits of Transformational Play
Greater Ability To Connect With Others
Transformational Play develops strong, warm, communication skills. Many of us know we would like more authentic, alive relationships at work and in our personal lives. This process shows you how.
Transformational Play provides a lighthearted atmosphere in which people learn to be in creative flow with others.
Authentic And Spontaneous
Transformational Play develops our authenticity and awareness. These bring benefits to leadership, team work and personal relationships.
Fun Accelerates Learning
Transformational Play is so much fun that as problems vanish, an unforgettable and optimal learning environment appears.
Being Who You Really Are
Transformational Play makes people feel alive, strong and energised. This state of well being motivates and puts us in touch with our individual qualities and strengths.
Time For Reflection
Transformative Play allows moments of reflection and rest in between dynamic activity. These resting times give space to check in with ourselves and integrate the learning.
How is Transformational Play Taught?
Transformational Play integrates a full range of play activities - 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.