LEARN SKILLS. BUILD STRENGTH. PLAY.
When it comes to the mastery of movement, you must build strength and range of motion, sharpen the mind and practice the skills. During these 6 weeks, we will do all three.
We will explore different methods including calisthenics, yoga and gymnastics. We'll train skills including arm balancing, ring movements and single leg variations.
One of the beautiful things about learning bodyweight skills and using these tools, we can explore all Primal Movement Patterns:
Squat, Hinge, Lunge, Twist, Press & Pull.
After 6 weeks together you will not only have learned new skills and developed more strength, you will also cultivate
greater control and connection with your body, it's movement
and your mind's willingness to embrace challenge, both
in studio and outdoors.
Please review the following:
As we will be exploring hand balancing, please have healthy wrists. Although you do not need experience going "upside-down", please be ready to play on your hands
To make the most of the ring variations, I ask that you are comfortable hanging "actively" from the rings for 30 seconds and confident in the pull-up; assisted pull-ups are fine
This workshop will progress week after week; expect the movements in week 6 to be more challenging than week 1. Life happens and you might miss a week which is okay; but by missing multiple in a row, you might be challenged by the progressions that arrive
*Athletes can catch up in a private coaching session if they so choose
Lastly and most importantly, this workshop is meant to be playful, fun and leave you feeling inspired to carry on your own bodyweight journey
Adults should play too, so let's have fun, build a rad community and stay open minded
PLEASE SEND ME A MESSAGE WITH WITH ANY OTHER QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE
Location: Wild Life Gym. 1201 Commercial Way #317, Squamish, BC
Date & Time: October 31st - December 8th at 6pm
All equipment provided although yoga mat might be desirable for some movements
Covid is still a thing and Wild Life Gym requires all members and visitors be fully vaccinated