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WROCLAW | Zero Forms & Body Body Practice

2, 3, 4 December
CONTENT OF THE WORKSHOP

a) Introduction to 8 pillars of FM Practice
b) Spine Health and Athletic Leg program / for Structural Resilience
c) Coordinations / Stamina, Endurance, Power & Structural resilience
d) Movement Situations in partnering games / Partnering obstacle games in nonlinear environment

Schedule

  • Friday, 2 December 2022

    10:00 – 15:00

  • Saturday, 3 December 2022

    10:00 – 17:00
    *with a 1 hour lunch break

  • Sunday, 4 December 2022

    10:00 – 17:00
    *with a 1 hour lunch break

Friday, 2 December 2022

10:00 – 15:00

Saturday, 3 December 2022

10:00 – 17:00
*with a 1 hour lunch break

Sunday, 4 December 2022

10:00 – 17:00
*with a 1 hour lunch break

DESCRIPTION

Spine Health and Athletic Leg 
Introduction to Zero Forms Practice

CENTRAL ASPECTS

1. Learn how highly interconnected we are and why we age as a whole system

2. What are the major contributors to accumulative damage of joints

3. How to create simple and elegant solutions for spine strength and mobility in relation to whole body

Coordinations  
Underlying sub-coordinative pattern for healthy movement  development

Without proper coordination and rhythm we can’t act in world effectively.
We will teach you how to develop mobility and improve your ability to become more rhythmic and coordinated.
How to coordinate and stabilise multidirectional forces in multiple planes, under difficult conditions and increasing cognitive complexity and physical fatigue.

TRAINING GOALS

a) Multidirectional coordination and explosive acceleration

b) Connective tissue elasticity & Structural resilience

c) Kinetic energy transfer & Whole body integration

Movement Situations in partnering games 

Irregularity, difficulty and pressure are important factors in the development of complex systems such as life.
Movement Situations embrace those elements in open games, created to increase the adaptive value of your movement qualities, your strategic decisions and your creative variability in changing and unpredictable environments.

TRAINING GOALS

a) to encourage active learning through problem solving

b) find what are the benefits of non-linear learning environment

c) study how to inspire to open window for positive neuro-plastic change

d) learn how we learn and how to build relational patterns and encourage autonomy and self expression

Lecture
PLAY and LEARNING

Games helped humans to evolve into smart and sociable creatures of endless ingenuity and imagination.
Playing does not help you to learn anything in particular, rather it helps you to learn many things in a more flexible way keeping your brain always fresh, alert and young.
Playing helps you to develop amazingly complex behaviours to respond to the complex world more intuitively.

CONCEPTS

a) Curiosity vs. Fear of Unknown

b) Experience / Perception / Prior knowledge

c) Why learning process matters and what shapes our learning

Zero Forms
Practice to adapt and thrive

1/ Learn how highly interconnected we are and why we age and improve our health as a whole system.

2/ What are the major contributors to accumulative damage in our organism (hallmarks of ageing).

3/ In depth analyses of adaptive training structure to respond to new challenging and changing landscape of relations in our lives.

4/ How to create simple and elegant solutions for Connective tissue elasticity, Structural resilience, Cross-system conditioning and Kinetic energy transfer.

5/ Establish foundation for healthy human development and graceful ageing with practical, down to earth solutions and wide range of applications.

Movement Situations
Cognitive and physical games

Human rationality should not be performed in tasks where uncertainty has largely been removed.
We do not encounter predictable environments.
Improvisation, dexterity, communication, and creative capacity are central in dealing with the inherent unpredictability of environment/ limited knowledge/ and limited understanding of other people’s intentions.

1/ Create, alter, shift and enjoy games that boost your improvisational and creative capacities and deliberative cognition.

2/ Learn how language and story telling cognitively boost and improve your strategies.

3/ Behavioural flexibility or how to withstand new communicative challenges and improve communication and inter-social skills.

location

Aleja Hallera 81, 53-325 Wroclaw, Poland

WTC6 “Spartan”

The venue is accessible with direct trams and buses from the city center and train stations.
Best direct connections are: trams 2, 4, 6, 20, 70 or buses 136, 144.
The closest tram stop is “Mielecka”, 3min walking distance to the venue.

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for more details, please contact us at

info@fightingmonkey.net