How can we survive an attack and work through it ? We begin by not helping the attacker by resisting and standing in the path of the attack. We continue by simply breathing and moving with the attacker to note where they are open and add movement there to avoid harm to ourselves and loved… Read More Let the attacker fall
We try to answer a question with an answer. That is limiting. Answer with an answer and a question put together:) Move forward and back, side and side. All at the same time. Don’t be like water. Be human!
Movies paint a picture of virtue and might. Of good and evil and of discernible visuals. Life is about energy preservation and the attacker being smarter than most movie villains seeks the most vulnerable position for the pray before attacking. After all, statistics are here for a reason and adding percentages to not getting caught… Read More FIGHT TALK
While speed and power are crucial in confrontation. They are useless without a sharp mind.
Fun games to strengthen and bring more movement awareness to kids and adults with heart 1. The broken cement truck – one person starts transitioning between being on all four limbs facing the ground and facing the skies as one or more use their feet and legs to try to keep him in one of… Read More Games are the best teachers
Time is going by us all the time 🙂 To make ourselves more resilient and mobile at the same time, we can choose to take a simple breath in between to make things last longer. Examples: Start doing pushups. Pause for one breath on the top position between each push up and gain more awareness… Read More A breath in between
Strength makes life easier. We choose paths and follow them. Choose one that makes you strong in all your faculties and take your friends and loved ones with you. The cost of being weak is heavier… 1. Tie the rope to a tree trunk. Climb the rope from laying down prone and see who can… Read More rope strong
We are sick and injured from time to time and it is a hidden gift in reminding us of our mortality and we learn to move with and around those areas and come out of the tunnel even stronger and in better neural and mental shape. Examples: The cement mixer: torso Sit on your behind… Read More How to learn and improve from injury/illness
Topics –using the theme of healing from an injury or encounter shock Learning from other fields of study: Gymnastics, coordination and force, understanding leverage Climbing – strength and structure awareness in hanging and moving,economy of motion Dance – balance, lightness on feet, coordination, reading people and tempo Circus – juggling, rope walking, riding on animals… Read More Podcast 2 – Learning from other branches of movement