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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