Making fun of what we love most isn’t just okay, it’s essential.
Waylon talks with two Comedians about the spiritual importance of making fun of ourselves, and everything we hold dear:
Some of Karen & Nicole’s funny videos from their YouTube Channel:
Elephant is psyched to be working in partnership with Google+ on our new live video series, which features three live videos a week (that can be watched later, too).
Karen Forman and Nicole Dalton began their creative journey together dancing at The Sweat Spot in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. While cultivating a love of dance they soon realized they also shared a love of all things psychological. They are both actresses—Karen has a background in social work and Nicole is writing her thesis for her masters in counseling at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Their videos are inspired by actual conversations that have taken place between the two of them and they are grateful for the opportunity to laugh at themselves and thrilled that others are laughing with them. They also have a Facebook fan page to boost their self esteem.
Karen wrote “Dance Therapy” and was thrilled to bring it to fruition as it combines her love of dance and comedy. It has been a dream of Karen and Nicole’s to work with their dance teacher Ryan Heffington as his Silverlake dance studio, the Sweat Spot, has provided so much fun and healing to their lives!
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