"Just Improvise is passionate about applying improv skills to all stages of life because the skills are definitely transferable," Hall said.
"I have been teaching improvisation to actors and non-actors for 20 years – when I teach my adult courses for non-actors, I always ask why they're here and what they want to get out of the course.
"Invariably, most participants will respond with 'I want to get out of my comfort zone' or 'I want to come out of my shell'.
"These answers show an understanding by adults for the need to develop and practice resilient behaviours in order to lead happier and more fulfilling lives.
"You don't have to be the best at everything but improvisation helps people to be the best person they can be and to bounce back when life doesn't go their way."
"He communicates this to the students who thrive on working with him in an atmosphere of both invention and trust," he said.
In Summer 2014, there are three public programs to choose from, which will all be held at the Mount Lawley Bowling Club, on the corner of Storthes and Rookwood Streets, in Mount Lawley.
"Very often, this capacity is not recognised by adults who want good marks and conformity above all," he said.
"Improvisation rewards risk and celebrates creativity – it exposes the possibilities present in each person's imagination."
Fellow BOOST trainer Esther Longhurst added: "The program is so valuable because it's designed to help young people overcome the hurdles in their mind that get in the way of them trying new things."
If participants aren't able to attend the full week, BOOST is also offered on a day-by-day basis.
"As a parent and teacher it has become increasingly apparent that children have become more inflexible and society's desire for perfection and a 'be the best of the best and win-at-all-costs' mentality, is making our children anxious and brittle. The importance of building resilience in children is paramount.
Resilient kids share four basic skill sets – independence, problem-solving, optimism and social connection. Research shows that resilience can be nurtured and developed, particularly when parents themselves are resilient and actively foster it in their kids.
You don't have to be the best at everything you do – you won't be (and nor will your children).
Improvisation helps individuals to be the best 'you' you can be, nurturing elasticity, so you can bounce back when life doesn't go your way.
Building and maintaining resilience is an ongoing process. Through improvisation training Just Improvise offer the tools, strategy, justification and opportunity to be more positive, take risks, connect with others more easily and adapt to change."
Improvisation is a constructive conversation where participants express and receive, hear and are heard and where something spontaneous is created in the space between the people, that wasn't there before.
BOOST for Kids: 6-8 years
Explore a world of creativity without technology, where you enjoy engaging your body, voice and mind in playfulness and fun, as well as delighting in others doing the same.
All ideas are celebrated, imperfection is embraced and there is no right or wrong, only more or less helpful.
When: Wednesdays 5, 12, 19 & 26th February at 3.30 - 4.30pm
Where Mount Lawley Bowling Club
BOOST for Kids: 9-11 years
Exploring social interaction and working with others where you create in a partnership, offering your own ideas while at the same time trying to help make more of the ideas of others.
"Listening is the willingness to be changed."
When:Wednesdays 5, 12, 19 & 26th February at 4.45 - 5.45pm
Where: Mount Lawley Bowling Club