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Jeremy is the coach you'll find standing on his hands, rolling on the floor, and dancing like nobody's watching. His only passion more intense than movement exploration is the desire to share it with others.
Dave Wardman is the creator of Physical Alchemy. He teaches re-patterning, physical cultivation and alchemical methods he’s studied over the last 14 years.
Tom Morrison teaches you how your body works, and how to move and perform at your best! From the complete beginner to advanced athlete, his attention to detail is key.
Scott teaches you to listen to your body and find passions to give it direction. He uses an interdisciplinary approach to help find a enjoyable strategy that will work with the clients interests, lifestyle, and needs.
Grimsby, Ontario, Canada
Chris teaches high school physical education, sees individual clients with pain and motor control issues, and blurs the lines between the two.
Educates and awakens body awareness through a both physical and mental challenges. He provides stimulating environments, circumstances, and tools to provoke adaptability and growth in my students.
What if we could prove to ourselves beyond any doubts, that the body and the soul were the very same mysterious creature?
Searching for ways to improve the quality of life for me and my people. Practice philosophy: “whatever works”.
EWith years of study and practice in traditional fitness and aerial arts, Nicki combines the science of body mechanics with intuitive somatic practices to cultivate strength, elegance, and embodied expression in herself and her students.
NYC, at large
Using movement to destigmatize the conversation about mental health.
Helping coaches & teachers simplify the mind-body system, deepen their understanding of movement, and build more confidence in their practice.
Michael is a kinesiologist specializing in sports performance and geriatric rehabilitation.
Orange County, California
Yogi, handbalancer, and artist who created all of the sketches featured on this site.
Pole dancing, flexibility/ mobility, osteopathy, Feldenkrais, movement, and floorwork.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Physical Educator, chronic thinker, educational blogger.
Uses postural restoration as the foundation for movement quality, strength, and endurance.
I spend time playing, exploring new ways of looking at familiar movements and creating opportunities to challenge myself and explore my environment in an inquisitive way.
Focusing on fluid movement to benefit everyday life through the aerial arts.
Las Vegas, NV
Systema practitioner, movement farmer, gatherer of bounty.
Eagle Creek, Oregon
Nick teaches immersive movement practices.
Los Angeles, CA
Outdoorsman, philosopher, attentive observer and cultivator of evolving movement practices, lover of maps.
Chris teaches Feldenkrais by interweaving different concepts such as play, self-regulation, reframing, restorative breath. He also gives Personal Coaching, loves Philosophy, and eagerly writes a blog.
Functional Range Conditioning, Kinstretch, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Thai Bodywork, intuitive/ Instinctual practitioner.
Durham, North Carolina
Aquatic and rehabilitative movement specialist (on paper).
Goofball and maker of imagined things (in real life).
Thousand Oaks, CA
My goal is to explore as many perspectives as I can in my movement, meanwhile keeping my mind clear of any judgment that might occur.
Rocktape, LMT, Functional Range Everything, Strong First.
Blends everything to formulate a playful path to efficiency.
Mountain View, CA
I guide athletes toward realizing their potential.
Santa Cruz, CA
Dancer, teacher, sister, & co founder at Trybe
Tyler is a lifelong student who seeks to better understand the dynamic systems at play affecting the human condition and potential.
Fighter, mixed martial artist, ever adapting human.
I use movement, meditation, and nutritional practices to address the integrity of the whole person and help them cultivate a stronger, more sovereign sense of self.
Candy Kitchen, New Mexico
Inform and guide people to enable their bodies to be strong enough and resilient to accomplish all the daily grind activities, as well as the fun and adventurous ones.
San Francisco, California
I am a massage therapist with a research interest in the sitting disease epidemic.
I teach modern and ancient Strength and Mobility methods, including Repatterning Stretching, by using the senses as a guide to move and progress.
Melissa Sher & Kim Alexander
About Kim & Melissa
Our mission is to inspire and empower people to tap into their inherent need to move in diverse ways for healthy biological and sociological function… And because it is fun!
Creating a continual dialogue of research with my body. Self-expression, BJJ.
Hong Kong / at large
Brandon is a Weightlifting and Movement practitioner and teacher.
Craig is a student and instructor of the Ba Men Da Xuan tradition of Daoism and teaches an assortment of physical practices and movement skills.
A bricolage and filter of movement experiences driven by 3 wheels of the ‘MoveMore’ project: learn, share; connect.
I like to move and think differently, and I want to help others do the same.
Traversing the movement journey enjoying the unexpected twists along the circuitous path. Daily humbled by the non linear nature.
Grand Haven, MI
Effortless Power & Interaction
Pipe Creek, TX
I am a father, work in the administration of a university in Berlin, and practice movement wherever I can.
I am a physiotherapist experienced in chronic pain and complaints related to movement and pelvic organs.
Movement enthusiast and host of the Passive Hang podcast.
I observe and learn social movement patterns and record them in my body.
Deer Isle, Maine
Surfing & Breathwork allow emotions to move through me.
Santa Cruz, CA
Feldenkrais practitioner, vocalist, and life-long experimentalist exploring the intersection of music, movement, and language.
Amelia is a violinist who thinks a lot about music and movement, among other things.
I teach people how to define strength and good movement for themselves, on their terms.
I've learned some things. I hope to contribute to a greater understanding about how the body works and learns.