I play and teach impro for a very long time. And yet, or even more so, my biggest challenge is not to have a rock-solid idea of improv: sometimes it's the most effective way we react to other people and our environment, and sometimes it's exploring our own boundaries. It's the play with the rhythm of different actions and then again with our personal stories, scenes and pictures that we have collected in the course of life. In my workshops, I try to open these different doors and show directions so that everyone can find their own unique access to improv. Of course, there are always recipes, rules and formats. But they are only there to absorb the useful and throw away the superfluous. Bruce Lee once said, »Man, the living creature, the individual creation, is always more important than any established style or system.« In short, develop your own thing.