Your body is capable of moving 3-Dimensionally, along three planes of motion, and about three axes of rotation. We feel your movement, and our logo, should reflect these complexities.
We also think fitness should be practical. Not only should the usefulness of a movement be functional but the time allocated to exercise should be efficient as well. Although, movement practice doesn’t have to be efficient to be effective. Outside of the gym, we believe you should be able to move well enough to do the things you like to do as often as you want to do them.
Fitness, for us, is a change in your capability for responding. Therefore, your practice begins with organic movements like crawling, rocking, and rolling before transferring these patterns into more complex skills such as get-ups, lifts, or jumps. Initially, you won’t be asked to demonstrate technical proficiency because practicing allows variability within the movement while refining the skill. This natural variability provides an optimal state for healthy and functional human movement.
However, we recognize that this journey isn’t just about building physical skills. It’s about slowing things down, becoming self-aware, and using control. It may be as much emotional as it is physical. With focused attention and a mindful practice, you will build-up resilience to uncontrollable stressors – whether physical or psychological. This autonomy gives you the assurance that, when the time comes, you will be ready…