Lightfulness trainings are the evolution of workshops that Moshe Cohen has been offering for the past 20 years. They reflect his more recent work training medical clowns and business teams, investigating the aspects of humor that lead to beneficial human interactions. Focusing on non-verbal expression, constructive humor, and outwards awareness, the trainings develop practices, capacities and skillful tools for embodying lightness.
“Your work is still working. Very powerful stuff. thank you!!”
Ever since Zen Master Bernie Glassman came to study Clown with him in 1998, Moshe continues to evolve his teaching practice in how to use humor off-stage, in working & every-day life. Moshe performs his Mr. YooWho show and teach workshops internationally. He plays a supporting role in Dorris Dörrie’s latest feature film, Fukushima mon Amour. His training includes Physical Theatre, European Clowning, Voice work, Traditional Japanese Theatre, Butoh Dance, Juggling, Closeup Magic & Mime.
For more information about Moshe, visit moshecohen.net
He also writes about the connections between Clown and Zen at clownzen.com