Baseworks Foundational Movement Patterns Workshop: San Francisco
Feb 22, 2020 - Feb 23, 2020
Weekend Workshop: February 22 & 23
Saturday 10:00-12:00 & Sunday 15:00-17:00
Some people move better than others. Some people can feel their bodies better than others. Yet for anyone, it is always possible to improve their ability to move, sense and understand the body.
To move the body gracefully and efficiently, you must first be able to sense the body, at a very high resolution. By doing so, you can train to precisely control the specific movements.
In this Baseworks Foundational Movement Patterns two-day weekend workshop, we focus on the movement patterns introduced in Baseworks Practice Foundation Modules as a method to bring awareness to how the body moves, and where it can go. Each day will be a combination of practice and theory.
The workshop will be led by Satoko Horie, Baseworks Method certified instructor.
Clothing that is easy to move in is recommended.
Baseworks Method Certified Instructor
BASEWORKS Practice Certified Teacher | BT3 | BA in Policy Management | MA in Developmental Studies | ACE Personal Trainer | Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified | Curriculum Design | Interpreter
Satoko enjoys her life as a constant explorer, a challenger of limits, and an experimenter in new domains. She is a facilitator on Teacher Trainings, organising courses that integrate contemplative practices and expressive arts, and is the communication portal via interpretation, translation, interviewing and writing about visionaries. She is a BASEWORKS Practice Tier 3 Certified Teacher (BT3).
Baseworks Foundational Movement Patterns Workshop
Feb 22, 2020
Weekend Workshop Package: $80
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