A two-day workshop exploring movement practice and rehabilitation with an appreciation for the evolutionary history of our species. This evolutionary approach can help us relieve many of the chronic tensions and health problems associated with modern life, rediscover the intelligent, soft and powerful “animal body”, build resilience and regain trust in our bodies’ innate abilities.
A two-day immersion into the central axis of the human body, exploring the evolutionary anatomy and movements of the body centre which connect us to the entire history of life on the planet, some of their possible links with human health and disease, and their fundamental place in the spiritual and meditative traditions of cultures around the world.
Two day workshop covering principles of movement practice for rehabilitation, antifragility and longevity, using an evolutionary perspective.
How have our bodies evolved to move? What kinds of movements were demanded by nature, before urbanisation, industrialisation, or agriculture, or even before we were human?