Being in the spotlight can be nerve-wracking. I help people communicate better, feel relaxed and have more impact.

Having worked with a range of people from refugees to CEOs, I’m passionate about enabling everyone to bring their unique best selves to the stage in a warm, playful and non-judgemental way. Improvisation is a fun and efficient way to develop communication skills and I work closely with the body to build confidence, ease and presence.

All sessions are tailormade. I’ve worked throughout Europe and provide one-one mentoring for various individuals.


“Great! Liz created a safe, fun and really enjoyable atmosphere, I think we were all thrilled by how much progress we were able to make.” Fellow, Clore Social Leadership Programme

“During Liz’s workshop the participants quickly engaged with the process, and felt at ease.  By the end, all had gained enough confidence to stand up in front of the invited audience and deliver their pitch succinctly and with great enthusiasm. This is one of the best workshops I have witnessed and I would recommend everyone to have a go!” Ruth Maddison, The Swift Project

“Incredibly interesting and engaging. It’s since made me much more conscious about how the way I move can affect my mood and my work, and the way I interact with my colleagues.” Caitlin Fox, Campaign Manager, Think Productive.



To find out the benefits of using improvisation as a training tool in organisations click HERE.

For more on improvisation classes for fun or your performance troupe click HERE.

Since our whole lives are improvised, the skills I teach are equally useful offstage. So I have created a web series Improv Tips For Life.





I am a certified Embodied Facilitator

What is Embodiment? How we sit, stand and move affects the way we think and feel. Since the body is the most basic way we experience the world (we’re never not in it!), working with the body is the most basic way we can influence our experience of the world.

Around 95% of everything we do is unconscious, a response to instincts and patterns developed over a lifetime. Embodied training is developing awareness from the inside out so we have choice about how we feel, relate and take action.

Put simply, it is awareness and choice: How am I and how do I want to be?


I discuss improv and embodiment with best selling author and productivity ninja Graham Allcott here. What’s it all about and how is it useful; including tips for dealing with nerves, stealth negotiation tactics, boosting confidence and feeling good.