Starting on August 30th for 6 weeks on Mondays and Thursdays 6:30 pm – 8 pm @ Philosopher’s Stage at Philosopher’s Walk https://goo.gl/maps/Zt5yx1PeEhkttosMA (1 minute from Museum station/Green P nearby).
Some of the principles we touch upon: Moving outside, we explore unpredictable conditions such as uneven surfaces, dirt, and obstacles to overcome. Catching a ball at the peripherals of our vision or balancing on the ledge of a concrete wall, we expand our senses. Develop our physical strength, mobility, and question our existing movement patterns.
During these 6 weeks, expect to gain more mobility and strength but also discover general principles of movement that will serve you for the years to come. Be part of a community of people who enjoy challenging themselves and each other.
All levels welcome.
Please message me for more details to attend.
Free Trial Movement Classes
Expect to crawl, squat, play and develop your physical abilities. Come attend as many as you like to find out if this is the fit for you.
Theses classes are tailored for those looking to improve themselves and their training partners, no matter your physical skill or experience (My oldest student being 70 years old).
Social distancing will be followed.
When: 1st week of August, Tuesday/Friday, 6:30-8pm
2nd week of August, Monday/Wednesday, 6:30-8pm
Location: Philosopher’s Stage at Philosopher’s Walk
(1 minute from Museum station/Green P)
What to bring: Comfortable clothes/shoes, water. Notebook/pen for the keeners
How to attend: Message me your name and date(s) you’d like to attend.
Introduction to Movement
STARTS SUNDAY MAY 19TH – SUNDAY JUNE 23RD, 2019 (6 SUNDAY SESSIONS)
Ever wonder what it means to move with absolute freedom.. Yeah I know a bit over the top right? I agree. But if you could start going in that direction… would you?
This course is designed for those who want to move better, no matter if your day to day is bound to an office or if you’ve had interest in the movement culture for years.
You can expect to develop a better relationship with your body and learn tools that will be applicable to improve both your daily life and your movement practice. Some subjects covered include locomotion and acrobatics, physical preparedness, l’art du déplacement/parkour, irregular strength work and new pattern learning. The material is largely influenced by Ido Portal.
This will not be a “nice” experience only as you will be exposed to a full-educational process. Bring your notebooks, pens and expect to take notes. Same as you did in school but this time, with movement. Homework will be given.
Let’s open your eyes to your extraordinary potential in a world where we’re encouraged to stay within the lines.
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