Slings in Motion® I
Superficial Back Line & Superficial Front Line
14 – 16 June 2019
Slings in Motion I is a practical course that will move you!
Slings in Motion I is the first of the series of Slings repertoire courses. It revolves around a very influential myofascial
meridian duo; the «supportive, quietly persevering» Superficial Back Line and the «protective, proactive» Superficial
Front Line of the Anatomy Trains body map.
All Slings in Motion modules are self-contained, practical repertoire courses. Although each Slings in Motion course
has a clearly defined theme and a unique exercise selection, they have common features.
Practical execution of a contrasting blend of:
- Differentiated and integrated multidimensional exercises in all body positions.
- Slow and deep, dynamic and rhythmic, stimulating and invigorating, as well as mellow and melting exercises and movement sequences.
- Exercise variations with and without additional props.
In-depth discussion of:
- Movement execution.
- Functional anatomy.
- Short-term and long-term exercise aims.
- Slings guiding principles.
- Slings myofascial training techniques.
- Purposeful sequencing.
Functionally choreographed, smooth flowing Slings SynerChi movement sequences. Daily Slings in Motion master classes.
|Duration:||3 days (21 hours)|
|Handout:||In-depth education manual with detailed photographic references.|
|Prerequisite:||Anatomy Trains® in Motion, Slings Essentials.|
|Certificate:||Certificate of Attendance «Slings in Motion® I» from art of motion training in movement|
|Completion:||After completing the Foundation Education you will obtain the «Certificate of Completion: Slings Foundation Education.|
Certified Anatomy Trains Movement Teacher
Mumu is a Senior Lecturer & Manager art of motion training in movement®, Australia Director & Proprietor of art of motion Movement Studio, Margaret River Australia
Mumu is a dedicated Movement Teacher, Dancer & Educator: Certificate IV in Matwork Contemporary Pilates & Teaching Methodology; Diploma in Matwork & reformer Contemporary Pilates & Teaching Methodology; Diploma of Contemporary Dance, Laban Centre London; Physical Theatre Teacher and Choreographer, Ecole d‘ Humanite Switzerland; Wu Tao Instructor (A dance form that incorporates the Chinese Meridians)