Online Course

As humans, one of our basic goal is surviving. As long as we can breathe, stay stable and move somehow, the body is kinda alright. However, surviving is not striving. So the question is:

Are you ready to move beyond mere survival and truly thrive? Your body is a remarkable instrument designed to keep you alive, but it’s up to you to set the limits high. If you find yourself constantly tense, experiencing niggling discomforts, your balance is poor, you struggle with limited range of motion which is not getting better after hours of foam rolling, the glutes don’t engage or you often find yourself battling persistent headaches, there’s a good chance something is not operating smoothly.

During this course you’ll learn how and why the body creates compensatory strategies to meet our needs to survive. The course is structured in a way that a fitness professional can learn from it but is simple enough  so everyone can understand the key points without having any previous training in the field of fitness.

Apart from the weekly presentations, you will also be taken through specific assessments and practical sessions every week to master 2-3 very simple and easy to do drills that foundationally change the way the body functions. This includes breathing better, improving mobility and joint range of motion measurements in seconds, and generally making the body feel lighter, more relaxed and less tense. On top of all, the key principles from this course can be applied in any exercise routine for continued improvement.

Join this self-paced, structured 4-week introductory program to the world of biomechanics with 2 weekly recordings, where each week introduces a new topic, a couple simple self-assessments, breathing exercises, and positioning drills. On the top of all, you’ll get lifetime access to the course materials, so you can come back to scroll through the presentations and watch all the videos of the assessments and drills at any time.

Join our community for a program that transcends traditional approaches, offering practical solutions for everyday challenges.

Thrive, and Restore what you once had – You deserve it!

Week 1: Breathing
– Introduction to the diaphragm, thorax and pelvis anatomy and mechanics
– Learn correct diaphragmatic breathing to create intra-abdominal pressure
– Assessments to identify compensatory layers
– Positional drills to improve breathing mechanics and to promote expansion in compressed areas

Week 2: Orientation
– Introduction to postural representations and compensatory strategies
– Pelvic mechanics, relative motion vs. orientation, pelvic tilts and the reason behind them
– Assessments to identify joint rotation and range of motion 
– Positional drills to improve compression and pelvic control and orientation

Week 3: Rotation
– Introduction to joints, muscle actions and rotations 
– Introduction to the natural human orientation: Left AIC / Right BC 
– Assessments to  identify rotational biases and cross references between assessments
– Drills to reduce tone and improve the ability to rotate better

Week 4: Integration
– Introduction to locomotion (gait cycle) and lateralization
– Improving the ability to be able to alternate and reciprocate between sides
– Bodyweight squat assessment and lateralization table
– Drills to specifically target pushing off, yielding and integration it all together

 Week 1:

Lesson 1 – Weekly presentation – Breathing

Lesson 2 – Practical demonstration

Week 2:

Lesson 3 – Weekly presentation – Orientation

Lesson 4 – Practical demonstration

Week 3:

Lesson 5 – Weekly presentation – Rotation

Lesson 6 – Practical demonstration

Week 4:

Lesson 7 – Weekly presentation – Integration

Lesson 8 – Practical demonstration

This is not a gym program and it requires no specific equipment. However, we are going to use a few bits of equipments, which the gym has, but it’s easier if you can bring your own:

– yoga mat

– shorter foam roller

– towels and pillows

Can anybody sign up?
Yes – but this round is for a selected number of people only. This program introduces ideas that can improve anyone’s fundamental habits and have a positive impact on many levels. My grandmother and a professional athlete would both benefit from improved breathing habits, better body awareness and increased mobility and flexibility.

How long is a recording?
Each recording is around 60 minutes. The overall course length is 8+ hours of presentations and practical applications plus standalone tutorial videos for each assessment and drill. 

How long do I have to complete the course?
There is no time frame for this course, complete it in in a pace that is most convenient for you.