A unique moment in time took place this summer on the open streets of Amsterdam.

People from all across Europe came to:

climb the high walls of Sloterpark,

redefine their intimate relation to the city;

and explore the unknown depths of fear.


Here are the teasers:

And finally the mini-documentary:

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A universe of discovery awaits.



How will you benefit from joining these self-study sessions as a student?

It’s a potent opportunity to work on materials autonomously to unlock specific skills.

It’s a BIG step in your physical development and a very important one.

Like learning to ride your bike without training wheels.

Additionally, your personalized study in a shared space creates a unique atmosphere where many subtle things are learned through observation and showing up.

Some students work on their mobility, while others work on their handstands or on specific subjects outside the scope of the regular sessions.

Students who seek a more structured approach are optionally supported through personalised research programming.

Here is a video impression of the Self-study session, right before our Saturday Movement study:

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All the things you don’t see.



Want to improve the way you walk around all day?

Prevent issues arising in the lower back, pelvis, knees?

Experience more freedom in your body in a playful way?

Try these leg basics.

A: Hold every position of both patterns for 5-10 sec to check in where you are at (repeat for 1-3 sets)

B: Perform each pattern for 2 minutes (repeat for 3 sets / 60 sec rest or no rest)

C: Play for 2 minutes (repeat for 3 sets / 60 sec rest)


This is just one of the tools for discovering hidden potential inside your support system.

The foundation you are relying on to carry you everywhere.

For hours, days, weeks, months, years to come.

Some of the benefits:

Mobility of thigh, knee, ankle, foot, toe
Improved blood circulation and digestion
Lower body dexterity
Neuroplasticity: rewiring the brain through play
Increased gait quality
Proprioceptive awareness

You can take the invite to start today.

On the grass in the morning dew.

In the comfort of your living room.

Using the support of the hands as much as you need to.

Some magic might happen:

Falling turns into walking.

Feet transform into hands.

Work might become play.

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Want to learn how to relieve yourself from stress and stiffness in your back?

Expand your breathing?

Discover new tools for self expression?

Try these spine basics.

Element A: Start from cervical to lumbar. Add more complexity by mixing the order and increasing in speed / 3 sets of 2 minutes / 60 seconds rest in between.

Element B: Full chain peel aways starting from the bottom and the top / 3 sets of 10 repetitions per side / 60 seconds rest or no rest.

Element C: Spinal expression / 3 sets of 2 minutes / 60 seconds rest in between.


This is just one starting point in adding quality to your daily movement.

And you might experience that

having more trust and freedom in the body

will leave more space open for other important aspects of your life.

(for example, going all out, dancing like a crazy person to your favorite song, because why try to spend so much energy on ”acting normal” all day

or is this just me?)

Some of the benefits of this work contain:

Better breathing
Movement intelligence
Postural improvement
Efficient coordination of the whole body
Less injury prone
Protecting vital nerves between brain and body

Imagine your body without a spine.

Could you still call this a body?

Do not take it for granted.

Do not hide.

And if you start your movement journey:

Why not begin by

improving the fine line that keeps everything whole.



We take our students on an ‘educational process’ through a collection of subject which are subdivided into largely quantifiable tasks.

For example, a 60-second inversion with various scales of difficulty.

The end result?

A practice-based movement study with tangible end goals during a 3-month cycle.

However, the orientation that directs sessions is always based on learning.

So what does an average study session look like?

Let’s explore a Saturday indoor Movement study.

Claudio and Tim define the word and the lens through which we perceive these sessions.

Richard shows attentional density while improving the organisational capacity of his partner’s spine.

Alessio investigating his partner’s capacity to isolate a pattern to a specific point in the body.

Here is a video impression of a movement study session:

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More than meets the eye.



It’s been a special summer of movement.

Taking the student body on an exploratory journey into the city of Amsterdam.

What did we do?

We spent many sunny days in the heart of the city with a group of interested practitioners.

We balanced on rails with Fred and Jirini.

We exposed ourselves to heights with Tim and Jori.

We investigated organisational capacity and stronger wrists with Adriaan and Roland.

We explored handstands with Henry and Claudio.

We hung from walls with Marieke.

What else did we do? We took over the city with Juul, Manuel and Tiemen.

And that’s just a fraction of the qualities we discovered with our students this year.

(check out this blog for videos)

Hiding in plain sight.