Re-thinking Movement Workshop. May 25- 26th
By. Jesse Prescott and Andy Hsieh.
LET'S TAKE OUT THE GUESSING GAME AND RE-LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS ON THE BEST STRATEGIES ON MOVEMENT, PAIN MANAGEMENT AND OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE.
IN A SIMPLE STRUCTURE THAT YOU CAN TAKE ALL THIS INFORMATION AND APPLY IT THE NEXT DAY
We are just two Goofballs with over 20 years of training and bodywork experience combined.
But what we have seen after attending over 40 workshops combined (and you might have as well), is that once we leave the courses. We're blasted with so much information that it's hard for us to apply many of the things we learned. Or when we did apply it, it didn't always work. Which was frustrating as heck, and why we kept attending more and more workshops to fill in the gaps, after every course, we learned a little more that filled in more gaps.
Over time, we started seeing patterns of what EVERY workshop has in common. We took the fundamentals from all of these, created our own spin and applied in a system designed to do one thing, simplify movement so all our clients and ourselves can benefit from it.
This became our mission. To re-educate and simplify the abundance of information that's out there in a way we can ALL benefit from.
That's what the workshop is about.
Original Strength - Pressing Reset - July 27th
With Seth Munsey
We will teach you how to use the human developmental system to understand why your client may move in a particular way or may be stuck getting to the next level. In this certification, you will learn how and why the human body is capable of remembering its original design for movement. You will be able to use what you learn on yourself, clients of any age, health or physical condition (as long as they are medically cleared to live). This certification will help you change lives, possibly even yours.
We will discuss:
The three pillars of OS
The OS Big 5 RESETs (including breathing, head control, rolling, rocking, and contralateral movements)
The definition of reflexive strength and stability
What is the vestibular system and why it’s so important
What neuroplasticity means to your life
Why OS views things from a Good, Better, Best perspective
Which regression or progression work best for your body
How to Press RESET using the OS System
How to help your clients/patients achieve more
How to implement the system into daily use and increase client compliance
MoveNat Workshop August 23rd - 25th - Level 1. August 26th &27th - Level 2.
To be confirmed
IKN Approach. October 12th and 13th
With Kyle Paxton and Ryan Foley
This is a 16 hour 2-day in person course open to anyone who is interested including physical therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, athletic trainers, occupational therapists, osteopaths, and medical doctors. This course will provide an extremely detailed understanding of the IKN approach focused at decreasing pain and improving overall function
Attendees can expect to dive into great detail about the fundamental principles of our system and how to help themselves, but more specifically patients and clients to achieve stronger more pain free bodies.
Parkour Movement Fundamentals November 2nd and 3rd
with Dan Edwards
In the intensive Movement DNA workshop you will be exposed to new ways of thinking about physical foundation concepts such as strength, agility and resilience.
We will explore how and why some movement practices create truly adaptive, dynamic and coordinated individuals through a constraints-led model of motor practice. We will learn fundamental practical movement skills and principles and apply them in a variety of situations to explore our movement potential.
We will study the vital difference between developing the function and a function of the human body, understanding why elite performance often precludes health and why the modern definition of strong is anything but.
We will learn why training outside, in context, is an essential addition to any health/fitness program, in terms of both physical and mental health.
We will experience the truth that movement is a neural matter, and that it is your mind and not your body which limits your movement potential.