Dancing with Dragons II.
“All the tools are allready there. You don’t have to be able to do a split. You can move, and it is about movement. First feel how you move, and then experiment.”
Moving well is a difficult thing to train for. When is the movement good? When you can do splits, or handstand or flip? Why is that good and what makes it good? Moving better however is something else. For that you first need to move, then find something to improve. A moving body and attention is where that begins. After that you can value some attributes above another, those are choices you have to make yourself.
In Dancing with Dragons Jan will take us through the Dragon Form. This is a form that is designed to incorporate myofascial stretching, full body coordination and provide a platform to explore elemental movement qualities. In an intensive four-hour training, he will take a small group on a journey through movement, attention and values
13:00-17:00 February 4th 2018
After submitting this form you will receive an email with the payment details. Enrollment is complete when payment has been received.
Workshop is limited to 12 participants.
ABOUT JAN BLOEM
Jan Bloem is a Human Movement Scientist and Neuroscientist who has been practicing martial arts since the age of four.
He is also a renowned self defense expert and psychomotor therapist who works with law enforcement, special forces and elite level athletes. In his work he found that in many fields of human performance, the ability to move well is crucial but often neglected. In 2012 Jan created the Kinesica method as a means to help people move better quickly.