We have many influences from our own life experience as well as constantly evolving research that we keep up with to continually develop curriculum. Despite all of the research and studies, we most often align with our ancestral and foundational roots. As Skye often says, “more than likely a monk in a cave did all ofContinue reading “Mocean365 Movement System”
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Should You Be Lifting Weights?
Many people think my training as primarily bodyweight based as they see me doing lots of it and incorporating it with my clientele. But what they might not know is I’ve been lifting weight in one form or another for my entire life and continue to lift thousands of pounds weekly (or daily), even as iContinue reading “Should You Be Lifting Weights?”
We feel so strongly about training outside or as naturally as possibly for so many different reasons. Here are a few… +It reestablishes our feels-One of the main missing ingredients from modern training and physicality is the tactile component. Look at any gym and you will see everything is very sterile, smooth and consistent. ButContinue reading “Get Out!”
Balance work has been a cornerstone of my own movement practice and incorporated into all of my professional work with clientele. It is overlooked in the modern fitness world in my opinion though due to the recent developments in neuroscience, it is seeing a bit of a renaissance. I initially began experimenting with balance trainingContinue reading “Balanced Movement”
The great gift of movement
What a gift! To be able to move your body in so many ways, with your own personal expression based upon your limits. This is why my days of exercising are so far behind me. Gone are the days of moving by rote, restricted or distracted by the end results. To move, to have aContinue reading “The great gift of movement”
Slow, medium and fast Mocean.
For optimum performance in no matter what you are moving for, it can be very beneficial to mix up your tempo. In life, there are time we need to move in many different speeds under varying conditions. Often we need to move at different tempos in one demand. I will use chainsaw work in myContinue reading “Slow, medium and fast Mocean.”
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