In these classes, et’s dive into a dynamic
anatomical exploration of the shoulder-arm complex by investigating myofascial continuities, bone constellations as well as their sensory and motoric attributes. The functions of our arms are multiform, malleable, and multitasking. They can serve as support structures, balancers, embracers, hangers, catapults and swingers, landing pads, feelers, and, last but not least, subtle orientators of the spine. In this workshop we will explore these multiple features of the arms with the goal to make them feel more integrated and supportive in dynamic movement.
Expect guidance towards anatomical and functional organization, time for self-exploration, some partnered interactions, and motives to fly, dive, swing, and some upside downs.
*The Axis Syllabus is a constantly
evolving reference system, or lexicon for the organization and cross-correlation of empirical and scientific findings from the study of human movement. This includes anatomical details, physics, practical applications, research, analysis, and transmission. An Axis Syllabus class aims to create a collaborative learning environment and effective space for personal research.
We encourage you to continue looking after yourself & each other and arrive to practice with a valid corona pass to this class.