Results for: "Baseworks Practice"
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Baseworks Movement Principles: Toronto

This workshop will introduce a unique perspective on health, vitality, and physical education. Participants will be introduced to the key concepts and principles of Baseworks, gain insights from our research, and learn practical strategies for performing and teaching movement.

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Baseworks Fundamentals: Montreal

In this Montreal workshop, we will give a practical introduction of the Baseworks movement principles and attention patterns, focusing on the development of spatial attention, confidence, stage performance, dealing with tension and more.

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Baseworks Fundamentals: Bucaramanga

This is a unique opportunity to explore an innovative approach to movement and body awareness. The program is designed for anyone interested in movement practices, dance, yoga, sustaining health, and optimizing physical and mental capacities

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The 10 Common Effects of Baseworks

Baseworks Method combines physical, cognitive, and behavioral elements, providing a well-rounded approach to training that can bring about a wide range of positive effects. I will be summarizing the feedback we have received from our students…

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Restoring Through Practice

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.

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Asia Shcherbakova and Satoko Horie performing a center of gravity transfer movement practice application

When Hips Lie About Symmetry

Evolution wired human brains for: (1) survival, (2) tool-making/manipulation, (3) efficiency to avoid perceptual bottleneck. As a result, we are typically very good at knowing where our head is (so that we do not hit this very important part against something) and where our hands are (so that we can manipulate objects efficiently), but the

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Rooting the Foundation for More Skillful Movement

We all have the ability to refine our movements in a way that allows us to better control the movements. Although there is a tendency to associate skillful movement with something exclusive to athletes, dancers, professionals immersed in movement, any well-learned movement is a basic skill that allows us to better interact with the space

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BASEWORKS FOUNDATION PRACTICE SESSIONS: TOKYO

Conducted every month, the 1st, 3rd, 5th Saturday mornings from 9:45-11:15 until July 3. Each session is facilitated by Baseworks certified instructors with a particular focus on progressively building a deeper understanding of the Baseworks Key Movement Principles through repetition and analysis.

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BASEWORKS ELEMENTS PRACTICE SESSIONS: TOKYO

Conducted every month, the 2nd and 4th Saturday mornings from 9:45-11:15 until July 3. Each session is facilitated by Baseworks certified instructors with a particular focus on progressively building a deeper understanding of the Baseworks Key Movement Principles through repetition and analysis.

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Satoko Horie teaching a BAseworks session in Tokyo to a room full of students.

Finding Bilateral Balance and Symmetry in Asymmetry

Most animals are constructed in a way that their bodies are bilaterally symmetrical. As human beings, there is a natural tendency to find aesthetic beauty in what is more symmetrical versus asymmetrical. In Baseworks movement practices, we make a conscious effort to work on both sides of the body equally in a balanced way, at

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