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ZERO FORMS JOINTS ARTICULATION

23 January - 3 February 2023
9 Mountain Cycles II
Zero Forms 9 Mountain Cycles II
is designed to test our structural stress allowance.
Designed to revitalize and improve joints function through complex
but not complicated integrative whole-body movement patterns

PRACTICAL INFO

  • LIVE STREAM SCHEDULE

    23 – 27 January &
    30 January – 3 February 2023 |
    Mon-Fr : 09:30 – 10.30 a.m.
    EET (UTC+2)

  • ACCESS

    Each live class will be recorded &
    available online, maximum 1 day after each completed session
    and until 3 April 2023

  • CONNECT

    The live streaming classes will be held on ZOOM platform and all ZOOM links can be found in your Student Dashboard per class.

  • WHO CAN JOIN THE COURSE?

    Anyone interested in life, biology and preventive medicine.
    * Zero Forms is a concept of classes that can be followed independently, whether or not you have followed the previous classes.

LIVE STREAM SCHEDULE

23 – 27 January &
30 January – 3 February 2023 |
Mon-Fr : 09:30 – 10.30 a.m.
EET (UTC+2)

ACCESS

Each live class will be recorded &
available online, maximum 1 day after each completed session
and until 3 April 2023

CONNECT

The live streaming classes will be held on ZOOM platform and all ZOOM links can be found in your Student Dashboard per class.

WHO CAN JOIN THE COURSE?

Anyone interested in life, biology and preventive medicine.
* Zero Forms is a concept of classes that can be followed independently, whether or not you have followed the previous classes.

DESCRIPTION

Joints Articulation moves away
from conventional component-dominant dynamics,
treating each joint individually and in isolation.
Towards whole-body integrative movement patterns.
Where multi-scaled interdependence among components
is essential for allometric control.
Emphasizing the causal relation
between the joints
and their mutual interactions leading to the self-organized
criticality promoting interaction- dominant dynamics.
Where muscles, fascia, joints, neurons compose collective cooperative synergy.

9 Mountain Cycles are :
1. Stand  2. Balance  3. Brace  4. Transfer  5. Rotate
6. Resist  7. Extend  8. Wave  9. Open

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
1. What are the core principles from which movement forms are created?
2. How and why do these forms change over time?
3. What are the guiding principles for change of movement, order, quality and repetitions?
4. How can we prevent the practice from becoming a regular routine?
5. How can movement influence our physiology?

WHY?
Because moving and being able to move freely is important
for the quality of our life.

 

40% Discount for:
FM MENTORSHIP current students &
FM INTENSIVE* past participants from 2019 to 2022

* The FM Intensive is our annual special event of the year,
not a regular FM workshop.

** If you are eligible for the offered discount,
please email us here to receive your discount coupon.

FAQ

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for more details, please contact us at

info@fightingmonkey.net