Group Classes are guided series of of thought-in-action movement, which apply unique integrated principles. These principle challenge built-in habits and allow each person to re-examine their patterns of behavior and their self-image, analogous to a re-set of automatic default patterns, thus expanding inherent potential.
These techniques ignite patterns and connections of thought and action. Each student works at their own speed and level of ability, eventually succeeding with ease in combinations which often seem impossible at the start. This provides experiential proof to new ways of approaching personal development, shifting fundamental paradigms of paths to success, building personal confidence and re-aligning self-image.
The power of these classes is that they teach a completely new approach to systemic enhancement of brain and body abilities. The idea is to enable each one to find ongoing ways to keep learning and improving.
Individual Lessons are hands-on, one-on-one sessions, which resemble attentive body work. The aim is to guide the student to discover how he or she organizes their own patterns of thought and movement, and become aware and in charge their thinking process and self-image.
The student learns how specific areas of the body, and patterns of mobilization connect with each other. This learning promotes and enhances collaboration between patterns of movement and patterns of thought, leading to exponential and on-going enhanced wellbeing on multiple levels.
Individual Lessons are suited for acute or special situations, addressing a specific difficulty, promoting general health or working toward competitive excellence. The lessons address all aspects of behavior: physiological, cognitive and neurological, bringing together inherent abilities in thought process, physiology, movement, identity and belief systems.
Individual Lessons are aimed to be short-term interventions, targeted to get a student or client to be self-sufficient, so that they can join Group Classes, in which they teach themselves how to improve. The goal is to provide tools for life and empower each one to become their own best resource and best teacher.