the practice


red herrings promotes connectedness, fun and creativity through play, movement and clown improvisation.

“For the first time I can see my own and others’ vulnerability as both beautiful and deeply authentic”

We begin with self – our breath, movement, sound and playfulness. Using simple exercises to become aware of the beauty and creativity in each of us. It is a practice in coming home to ourselves. We don’t use gags, tricks or big shoes but gently facilitate the space for each person to create simple improvisations. Participants describe a sense of freedom, fun and self awareness.

“Clowns bring a great sense of the absurd, which paradoxically we found profoundly enlightening. They helped to shine a light on difficult issues, and unlock our creativity and energy to move forward” 

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