Unbore your tight schedule.
The Learning environment is more important than the facilitators and the content. So we've built a digital space leveraging technology (Zoom) and best digital practices that encourages you to push boundaries, fail bravely and learn faster!
Storytelling, Improv, Comedy, Sketch Writing, Poetry,Music, Memes
Communication, Critical Thinking, Team Work, Work Ethic & Leadership!
The Art forms basics when collaborated with your peers in a SafeEnoughSpace makes your learning holistic.
An playbacker for almost a decade, performing and facilitating workshops for people of all ages and companies, nurturing empathy with tools of theatre. She is also the Co-founder of CityLamps, a playback theatre company based out of Bangalore.
Co-founder and former Artistic Director of Improv Comedy Bangalore (ICB), an improv theatre company. He has performed in over 100 shows across India and done Improv workshops for Improv-enthusiasts.He facilitated workshops for corporate clients namely Google, Uber, Philips, Decathlon, BCG, Paper Boat, Sony.
An experienced storyteller, playwright and theatre performer. She is an ardent believer of personal stories and their power to change. She has Master of Arts (M.A.) focused in Development Studies from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.Her Plays have been performed in prestigious theatre spaces like Rangashankara, Bangalore and Prithivi Theatre,Mumbai.
Performing on stage since 2013, for storytelling and for improvisation. As a writer, Rohit has graduated from AIB's First Draft intensive writing program. He has been writing for several production houses namely Balaji, Dharma and Netflix.
Grew up in the U.S. and worked as a software engineer before finding his true calling and coming to India, where his family is from. He has been facilitating since 2011 and is a believer in the transformative power of 'slowing down'. He has facilitated the India Youth Jam, Authentic Relating Games, Pause, and many other retreats and workshops. He is passionate about being real and living life to the fullest.
Malcolm Carvalho writes poetry and fiction. His work has been featured in Kitaab, Bengaluru Review, 365 Tomorrows, Narrow Road, Spark, Reading Hour, Literary Yard, Muse India and in Urban Shots, an anthology of stories with urban settings. He has attended the Bangalore Writers Workshop and is a regular at weekly poetry meet-ups at Lahe Lahe in Bengaluru.