It would seem that the only way to practice movement is through specific disciplines – gymnastics, dance, fighting, fitness (god forbid), etc. But there is another way – broader, more general, and connecting the dots, exploring the space between the disciplines. That’s what we’re after: we want to create a practice around movement itself. It appeals to us, because that’s who we are, people pulled in by big pictures.
But movement is an incomprehensibly large universe, and we run into problems, dilemmas and obstacles. Lack of clarity, lack of community, lack of process. Not knowing where to start, what to aim for, who to practice with, when to shift gears, etc.
There IS an approach, a way to navigate the chaos… for those who understand the importance of a process and who believe it’s worth the work and effort to transform their physicality. IF you come to learn, you will walk away understanding more and more of this complex subject of movement.
Nobody walks in knowing what’s going on. But the longer you stick around, the more and more you realize how little you understand, and the more space you make for yourself for real growth.