In this VS, we will break down the concept of gridlines in Baseworks and break down forms/movements by seeing aspects of Symmetry as well as Asymmetry in each form/movement
In this VS, we will first look at the “movement goal preconceptions” that we hold about daily movements. We will also discuss how these preconceptions may set us up for chronic injuries or prevent effective relearning.
This VS will focus on the Baseworks Ignition and Assimilation practices to prime and assess the finer qualities of the experience.
This VS will show how to use the Distributed Activation and Micromovements techniques to achieve deep relaxation.
In this VS, we dig into the concept of Connecting Strategy and uncover ways in which one can effectively and efficiently move better during one’s practice, both for the practice of Baseworks itself, as well as any other movement modalities.
This VS will cover topics in neuroscience and linguistics related to the Baseworks Method and our approach to physical education.
In this VS, we will highlight specific forms from the Baseworks Method that can be practiced on their own to contribute to one’s strength as well as protect your joints from potential injury.
In this VS we will go over the Baseworks Gridlines & Symmetry Principle that focuses on symmetrical and asymmetrical templates to establish awareness of tracing movements on a grid.
This VS will explore the Baseworks Movement Principle: active stillness., utilizing breath to release tension, and how to promote good sleep. The objective, intention, awareness, and the way in which you guide yourself can make a huge difference.
In this VS, we will first try to conceptually understand what it means to “understand something viscerally” and then we will break down some key TRANSPOSE-focused forms.