AWAKEN is where it all begins. No previous experience is required, your journey to total self-control starts here. Whether you have never trained in your life before or have some experience, this series is the best place to learn the basics and lay solid foundations for the future.

It’s not designed to make anyone insanely strong or big, we don’t have to move tons around or do highly skilled movements, anything intense or really long workouts. The goal here is to understand what we are working with and the importance of the correct breathing and bracing sequences, to teach and practice stable positions and to introduce the primary moving engines and their functions.

Although the importance of the full range of motion of the joints is unquestionable, in this series the goal is to introduce how the movement system works and how can we improve on them – which prepares us for the next chapter of the journey. Once we learned the basics about stability and the basic concept of the movements, we need to practice and apply them in our day-to-day life and in training so we are ready for the next level.

Even the best athletes in the world work on their basics. Awaken is also important for experienced movers because it can highlight foundational issues and weaknesses that will eventually lead to a loss in performance. Do you want to prevent future injuries and problems? Go through these series and lay down that solid foundation.


[coming soon] · The Musculoskeletal System (Agonist/Antagonist/Synergist, Concentric/Isometric/Eccentric) 

[coming soon] · The Neutral Pelvis

[coming soon] · The Neutral Spine (Lumbo-pelvic hip complex, Lumbar-/Thoracic Curve)


[coming soon] · The Respiratory System (Primary respiratory muscles, Secondary respiratory muscles)

[coming soon] · Diaphragm Breathing 

[coming soon] · Braced Spine & Torso Shapes


[coming soon] · Connection To The Surface (Stable foot, hand, surface differences)

[coming soon] · Core To Extremity (Core Stability)

[coming soon] · Planes Of Motion (Sagittal, Frontal, Transverse)

[coming soon] · Movement Variables (Direction, Contraction Type, Compound/Isolated, Bi-/Unilateral, Open-/Closed chain)

[coming soon] · Spinal Archetypes (Braced Neutral, Lumbar Section, Thoracic Section)

[coming soon] · Hip Movements (Hinge/Extension, Abduction/Adduction, External (Supination)/Internal (Pronation) rotation)

[coming soon] · Scapulae movements (Neutral Shoulder, Elevation/Depression, Retraction (adduction)/Protraction (abduction), Upward/Downward rotation)


[coming soon] · Spinal Movements (Breathing Practice, Dead bug, Bird Dog, Low plank, Rotations)

[coming soon] · Hip and Leg Movements (quadruple knee extension, multidimensional leg raises, knee extension/flexion, ankle dorsi-/plantarflexion)

[coming soon] · Shoulder and Arm Movements (I-, Y-, T-raise, Scap pull, Scap press)


[coming soon] · Self Maintenance or Professional Treatment 

[coming soon] · Stretching Techniques (active, passive, PNF)

[coming soon] · Myofascial Release & Soft Tissue Work (Ball, foam roller, scraping)

[coming soon] · Joint Mobilization 

[coming soon] · Voodoo Floss 


[coming soon] · Breathing & Bracing (Dead bug, Superman)

[coming soon] · Spinal Control (Quaruple, Plank, Hollow Hold/Arch, Anti + Thoracic Rotations)

[coming soon] · Movements (Romanian Deadlift, Squat Therapy, Scapulae Control)