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Qu3stions

Dave Wardman   [*] ‘questions’, qu3stions, questions [Day 12 of 60] This video we take a dive into the ‘questioning of questions’. Meta, I know – but …

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How Long Does it Take to Get Flexible?

Tom Morrison   If you’re asking this question it could that you’re genuinely curious how long it takes and would happily accept the answer… or …

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The Creative Side of Feldenkrais

Nadia Genois       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Nadia Genois (@nadiagenois)

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Work or Stretch a Tweaked Muscle?

 Brandon Chien   It hurts! How do I know if I should stretch or work the muscle? When my clients have pain or stiffness that …

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A Note To Self

Christian Paev   a note to self   ”persist – from Latin persistere, from per- ‘through, steadfastly’ + sistere ‘to stand’ ”   To the …

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Coordination Practice

Miguel Viero     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Miguel Viero (@miguelviero.moov)

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Horizontality & Core Integrity

Sevinc Gurman     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Sevinç Joy G. (@joy_g_wild)     View this post on Instagram …

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A Tactical Games Approach

Alex Sporticus   A Tactical Games Approach to teaching Games The tactical games approach aims to improve children’s understanding of the game by combining tactical awareness and …

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Learners Always Win

Margot Ciccarelli     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Margot Ciccarelli | 鄧嘉寶 (@thenomadicmars)     View this post on …

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Maybe the Gurus are Just Looking for Friends

Christine Ruffolo   Clients seek trainers because they are looking for a relationship.  They want to be seen and heard and reflected back to, and …

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Moving at the Speed of Trust

Nicki Miller     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Movement Missing Links (@movement.missing.links)

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Marshmallows & Momentum

Craig Mallett   The image of the dynamo is used in Da Xuan to give a feeling of how the training gets started. In the …

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Flips & Spins

Jereme Sanders     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jereme Sanders (@jeremesanders)

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Reconceptualizing Depression

Chandler Stevens   I’m attempting something rather large in this particular piece, knowing full well that I’ll fall short. What I’d like to propose is …

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Awareness, Feedback , & Empowerment

Austin Einhorn       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Austin Einhorn (@apiros.team)

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Alter the Environment, Alter the Behavior

Jenn Pilotti   A behavior is an output in the form of action, and is a response to context. An action implies movement of some …

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Corset Breathing

Gary Stockdale       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Gary Stockdale (@gfunctional)

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Toxic Teaching

Ramon Castellanos   [ALTERNATIVE TITLE: HOW MY PRACTICE CHANGED ONCE I STOPPED TEACHING]   “We teach best what we most need to learn.” – Richard …

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