Yes I was that kid..”If he could only focus and stop daydreaming” was a common sentiment amongst my teachers early on. Now most educators agree that imagination is vital for human development. Not much has changed since those early days. Still dreaming and scheming and still use my imagination on a daily basis and I’llContinue reading “Imagination”
Category Archives: physical culture
Move with Skill and Purpose Part 1
At Mocean365, we spend much of our training time dedicated to HOW we move our bodies. We practice skillful and purposeful movement whether that means practicing bike handling skills or balance, jumping etc etc. We focus on body awareness first and foremost and maintaining that awareness whether we are climbing a tree or navigating slipperyContinue reading “Move with Skill and Purpose Part 1”
Seek Your Bliss, You Got to Seek Your Bliss
Every year for Thanksgiving, Skye writes a bit of a rap/poem/speech/humerous diatribe of sorts to share with the crew surrounding the table. The rap is always accompanied by participation by all those around…whether that be to sing the chorus or stomp their feet or clap their hands to keep a rhythm. It’s always funny yet meanigful,Continue reading “Seek Your Bliss, You Got to Seek Your Bliss”
Barefoot Movement Adventure Guidelines
“What spirit is so empty and blind, that it cannot grasp the fact that a human foot is more noble than the shoe and human skin more beautiful than the garment with which it is clothed.” Michelangelo So we touched on some of the benefits of barefootin’, in the previous post. The feedback we receivedContinue reading “Barefoot Movement Adventure Guidelines”
Get those feet naked!
So by now you’ve heard of the barefoot or minimalist shoe trend right. The seminal book Born To Run, put barefooting back in the mainstream after a few hundred year hiatus. Everyone rushed out to buy the latest footwear that promised a “barefoot experience” and “the next best thing to being barefoot” and other jargon.Continue reading “Get those feet naked!”
Bush whackin’ or singletrackin’?!
Back in my early days of mountain biking there always seemed to be an element of adventure. So much so that I developed a bit of reputation for it amongst my riding buddies. Bush whacking was part of the ride. This was before 100 mile trail networks of buff singletrack and continued for long afterContinue reading “Bush whackin’ or singletrackin’?!”
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