What you can expect:
You will be guided and nurtured through your personal movement journey, where we work towards increasing your physical intelligence and unlocking previously inaccessible abilities. You’ll receive specific, individualized steps and concepts; to transform your skill sets, health, your internal well being, and your relationship with yourself and with the world.
Anyone who is open and willing to put the work in will benefit from training under Human Patterns; whether you are a seasoned athlete or an elderly that is struggling with decreased physical freedom, there is more gold waiting to be discovered.
Areas worked on include:
Coordination & Neural-plasticity Rhythm & Timing Balance & Re-balancing Work Pre-hab & Re-hab Structural Integrity Strength Kinetic Potential Power Exploration Functional Mobility Joint Health & Architectural Organisation of your Skeleton Creativity & Playfulness Tactile Communication Games & Adaptability Attention to your Organs Refined Motor Skills Breath Work Working in pairs and in groups (different partners provide unpredictable scenarios which promotes adaptability). Working Alone Stillness, Silencing the Mind, Listening & Improving Sensitivity.
... And anything that your coach and group feel is a worthwhile practice.
Activities outside of classes are occasionally organised for the community to enjoy together.
What is expected of you:
Arrive to class open, humble, and respectful; you will leave with much more. *Please do your best to arrive on time and keep your phone out of sight during sessions.
Be willing to give (not necessarily in a material sense); everyone grows faster this way. This is a community, not a collective that meets only to exercise.
Develop a practice and stick with it; there is no instant gratification.
No one is special, everyone will experience discomfort at some point, and everyone needs to put in the work. Great things come out of this kind of work ethic.
Stay present and engaged in all your practices; if you just go through the motions it will make for a meaningless practice.
Spend more time on the things that you have been neglecting or that you are not good at; great things come out of this too.