Wellness through Movement
What if the limits you face in your current movement practice are not the end but the beginning? Want to learn how you can find new ways to feel well and whole in your practice?
We offer memberships for online programs so you can learn how to dive deeper into your movement practice so you waste less time on practices that feel good on the mat but leave you on a practice plateau. Want one-on-one attention? We offer that too.
PRACTICE VS PATH
There is a way to discover a real transformation when you cultivate your body as a conduit for living intelligence. We offer an internal path to movement to support you to create your body as a living expression of life, beauty and harmony rather than an object to be used and worn out.
ENJOY THE FRUITS OF PRACTICE
We provide you with guidance on how to train so your practice brings you to move more in more peaceful and potent ways. We have distilled a training approach from Eastern and Western movement forms (Aikido, Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Feldenkrais/practical neuroplasticity) to make these internal technologies accessible to you so you can grow well and whole as you move through your life.
"At the beginning, I wanted to cram the space full. Now I see it differently; it has been very powerful working with Brad - to be able to expand and play with the idea of spaciousness"
- Jennifer -
"It's a real pleasure to learn from Brad - he is a gentle and knowledgeable teacher. It's been really amazing learning how to connect the mind and body through breath, awareness, and intention!"
- Allison -
"I had issues with balance. We did more in 3 weeks with Cheryl, than I have with trainers in 2 years. I know how to balance as I move"
- Marlene -
"It is easy for me to feel powerless. Together we explored what was possible."
"My experience was beyond my expectations. I was so impressed by Brad's lack of ego - he explained everything so well - it wasn't just philosophy, it was very applicable to how we move and live. He is such an excellent teacher - he was living what he was teaching. I felt such a sense of calm in the retreat."