Using Play to Combat Storm Fatigue

After experiencing two hurricanes in 23 months – in an area of Florida that was to have been hurricane-free – I can say that some of us in St. Augustine are resilient. Some of us are just plain tired. And some of can be found engrossed in play. Last year, besides...

4 Ways to Earn Trust Using Improv Wisdom

Have you ever walked into a group space to find out you’ll be participating in experiential learning? Look around the room at the faces and the body language. Do you see clenched fists? Maybe people have started to grind their teeth a bit. Perhaps there’s even a...

5 Questions to Answer When Seeking a Remarkable Life

Living a remarkable life in a conventional world is no small task. Even so, every year the streets of downtown Portland are teeming with people from around the world who do just that. Brought together by the World Domination Summit – a gathering of creative thinkers...

3 Ways to be a Stellar Team Member

This week my Level 1 Improv class ended at Limelight Theatre. After eight weeks together, students were scurrying around connecting on Facebook, requesting a yearbook of their time together and generally dragging their feet leaving the room as no one wanted the team...

Missing the Moment? Me Too.

Last month I had the unusual opportunity to visit both major cities -- Philadelphia and Denver -- I’ve lived in within a three-week period. It was almost like a two-part version of “This is Your Life” with various friends and family members congregating at old hangout...

Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Improv Wolf?

I remember the very first day of improv class at the training center I attended in Denver. The room was so quiet you could practically hear everyone breathing. No one sat together. No one made eye contact. No one even seemed like they came into the space voluntarily –...

5 Reasons to Laugh at Nothing at All

Whenever I reveal to someone that I’m a certified laughter yoga leader the conversation is always the same. “You’re a WHAT?!” “A certified laughter yoga leader.” “Did you say laughter yoga?” “Sure did!” “So… you laugh while you do yoga poses?” “Nope, no poses. You...

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Improv got me out of a funk, got me active, helped me learn things about myself, and has 100% helped with my stand up. Since signing up I have done stand up three times, more than I usually do in two years, in only a few short weeks. Improv has had such a tremendously positive impact on my life. Lauren

St. Augustine, FL

About Us

The Adventure Project is a full-service, experience-based company based in St. Augustine, Florida that offers improvisation, laughter yoga, mindfulness exercises, camp games and retreat activities for self-exploration and team building. We host individuals, corporate groups and travel adventures for adults by creating transformational experiences through the art of play.