Fighting Monkey Practice - Uncertainty and Risk
April 17, 18 & 19, 2020 - Toronto, Canada
a/ Introduction to research objectives of FM Practice
b/ Spine Health / structure and training organisation
c/ Coordinations / underlying sub-coordinative patterns for healthy human motion
d/ Movement Situations / obstacle games in nonlinear environment
e/ Lecture / uncertainty, risk and adaptation
Fighting Monkey (FM) is an applied practice for human development through movement. Spirit Loft is pleased to host FM Toronto for the 4th year in a row. Registration for this event is made via Fighting Monkey directly at the link above.
FM Spine Program
We address spine health through motion on our feet.
Without proper coordination and rhythm we can’t act in world effectively. We will always be in “wrong place and wrong time” missing opportunities to (re)act appropriately in given situations.
FM Movement Situations
Irregularity, difficulty and pressure are important factors in the development of complex systems such as life. Movement Situations embrace those elements in open games, created to increase the adaptive value of your movement qualities, your strategic decisions and your creative variability in changing and unpredictable environments.
Uncertainty is underlying human condition. Lectures throughout the weekend will examine uncertainty, risk and human adaptation. We’ll explore concepts such as