Upcoming SME courses in 2021!

Fluid System - cancelled due to continued lockdown. Will be re-scheduled and announced


Ligamentous & Fascial System - cancelled due to continued lockdown. Will be re-scheduled and announced

 

Our next courses:

Primitive Reflexes, Righting Reactions & Equilibrium Responses (RRR)

June 7-13, 2021 in Klein Jasedow

The Primitive Reflexes, Righting Reactions, and Equilibrium Responses are the fundamental elements, the alphabet, of our movement. Underneath all successful, effortless movement are integrated reflexes, righting reactions and equilibrium responses. The reflexes are the most primitive patterns that occur in response to specific stimuli, and they establish basic survival patterns of function. The righting reactions are important in establishing a vertical or upright posture against gravity and a continuous head-torso axis. The equilibrium responses are patterns which maintain balance of the whole body in the dynamic relationship between the shifting of one’s center of gravity through space and one’s base of support.

This course includes:
- Fundamental building blocks of human movement.

- Postural tone and physiological flexion and extension.

- Differentiating the RRR in relation to the three planes of movement (horizontal, vertical, sagittal).

- The roles of the RRR in readiness for relating to earth and heaven, gathering and reaching, taking hold and letting go, weight bearing, rolling, vertical uprightness, locomotion and equilibrium.

 

Ontogenetic Development

June 16-20, 2021 in Klein Jasedow

The period from intrauterine life through approximately 12 months of age is an extraordinarily formative time for humans. Our basic movement patterns emerge in utero, are present at birth, and develop through the first year of life. It is during this time that we build the groundwork for our movement and perceptual skills and pass through the milestones by which we mark our development

This course includes:
- Developmental milestones including: fetal movement, nursing, head control, eye-hand coordination, rolling, circumduction, belly crawling, quadrupedal crawling, sitting, kneelsitting, kneelstanding, half kneelsitting, half kneel-standing, squatting, standing, cruising, walking.

- The sequence of development that allows the infant to progress through each and all skill levels during its developmental process.

- Patterns of movement that inhibit more integrated skills from developing.

- Facilitating integrated movement skills and inhibiting patterns which limit full development.

Moveus

WHO WE ARE

moveus was founded in April 2007 by Jens Johannsen, Friederike Tröscher and Thomas Greil to host BMC® Certification Programs in Germany. The programs are licensed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and the School for Body-Mind Centering®.