The body did not evolve to be domesticated
Inspired by pioneering physical education teacher Georges Hebert’s ‘Natural Method’, we strive to achieve real fitness:
“The final goal of physical education is to make strong beings.”
In Rewilding, ‘fitness’ means:
Whole body training is not just exercise, it’s movement training. We don’t count reps, we learn movement skills. You won’t use weights. You are your weight.
Rewilding is a complete movement system unlike other movement or exercise programs.
The first 4-5 weeks of class will feel like a course while you learn about your body and its capabilities.
The program is challenging but staged; classes start with basic movements (which are within everyone's reach) and increase in complexity and difficulty as you increase in ability.
As you develop classes become a full-blown exercise programs that work your whole body.
You will learn movement skills that promote situational preparedness and physical competence.
Everything learned in Rewilding is designed to be taken away and applied in daily life.
Workouts are designed to make well-rounded and competent human beings. People who can crawl, balance, jump, climb, run, lift and carry, throw and catch: the perfect generalist. oh!
Oh ... and it's fun!
“When you reconnect with your body’s natural movement abilities everything, from getting out of bed to moving furniture and playing with your children will feel different.”