Welcome to the inspirational video section
The videos in this section is meant as inspiration and a supplement to our teaching program.
The material is in constant development and we try to not overcomplicate things by adding only the information we believe to be most essential.
All these videoes are hosted on Vimeo - follow our Movement Inspiration Channel for updates and new material.
Use the Vimeo App for offline viewing - very handy when preparing and delivering sessions.
We've put the most recent videos at the top - scroll down for more!
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The first level of learning is imitation:
On technical movements try to look carefully at how hands and feet are placed, where the center of gravity is, how speed affects the moment etc. - and then try to copy!
The second level is understanding:
When you succeed at a movement or challenge ask yourself: What did I do differently than before? Try to pinpoint what works better than something else and why. This will help you understand not only the tecnique or challenge you are working on right now, but other as well. This is very useful for progression!
The third level is variation, creativity and improvisation
Once you feel you truly understand a technique or have solved a momet problem, try to challenge it. Try to make it harder, do it backwards, blindfolded, without using hands etc. This will force you to push your creative thinking and will often make you come up with completely new moments and solutions to a problem, or help you refine certain small elements of a complex technical movement - this is what it is all about!