Here are ten movements that will ease you into greater mobility and health. They require a little bit of time and not extra equipment. The turning turtle – Place yourself on your back and raise all limbs in the air including your head. Breathe and move all your limbs and body to turn back… Read More Ten movements for a healthy mobile back
Take a sturdy stick and ten paces of clear ground. Crawl back and forth using these variations to clear tension and build good movement all over. Guidelines: Keep breathing. Let the breath make the pace of movement Relax your eyes. Let yourself see what your body is showing you. Avoid making noise. Noise is garbage… Read More The stick crawl
It is as easy to forget ourselves as it is easy to wake up. Here are a progression of work to wake up our shoulders hips and spine and bring about greater freedom and health in movement and in thought. Let your breath lead the movement in both tempo and depth. Start standing with your… Read More Notes from class: Spinal Freedom
Many back pain issue are a result of harmful movement patterns. We can always move towards health and well being with a little bit of consistency and awareness. Here are movements to do before you get out of bed and before you close your eyes. They will pay forward with greater health and mobility in… Read More Avoiding lower back pain with daily natural movement
Ground engagement is often taught as a survival skill instead of an integral part of natural movement. It is joy and pashion that fuel us in the best of ways. Roll and enjoy the movment so you can keep on developing and living instead of surviving. And now to the movement/thought behind it: MASS SHIFTING… Read More ROLLING COURSE 101
Stretching is considered a staple of many movement arts yet no animal practice it. Cats do limber themselves but do not confuse that with stretching. I present an opposing approach to this paradigm. Movement needs an opposing movement to create both the physical ability and the nerve activation to allow the body to move on… Read More a movement pairing approach to mobility
In this video we look at a different angle of static and dynamic holds. We use a wall or tree and much more is possible and will be shown in future videos.
Here is a simple plan for your hand strength and overall shoulder and body health. Find a pull up bar, a branch or a rope to hang from. Maintain continuous breath and keep your shoulders in their sockets or release the hold. 1 Start with a daily hanging on for ten breaths. Add one breath… Read More Hanging on