The "posture" becomes more upright, the breathing becomes freer, tension is released, the body image becomes more complete and the justified feeling of being a movement-talent gets its chance.
Basic principles of harmonic movement such as upright "posture", movement control from the body center (focus, Hara, Tan Tien) and connections between movement flow and breathing are the main pillars of the movement culture of the East (Budo, Tai Chi Chuan etc.) and have long been known in the West (see e.g. H. v. Kleist, Das Marionettentheater).
However, those principles are often opposed by ingrained patterns of habit.
Western movement schools, which were developed in the 20th century, offer an opportunity to systematically explore your own potential of functional mobility and to develop arbitrary, involuntary controls, to achieve an inner harmony that is reflected externally in a smooth movement.
This change happens on surprisingly simple movements and depends especially on their attentive accompaniment. The "posture" becomes more upright, breathing becomes freer, tension dissolve, the body image becomes more complete and the justified feeling of being a movement-talent gets its chance. At times there are exploratory experiences in personal use and breakthroughs are made in a wide variety of sports and art forms, which until now seemed to be reserved for "talents".
The course is for everyone from 18 to 95, who sometimes walk, sometimes sit and sometimes stand, be it the stressed-out learners who are struggling with back pain while sitting or competitive athletes who at some point have the feeling that they are stuck, be it sports students interested in new methodologies or dancers who want to improve suppleness and rotational movements, be it judo athletes with an interest in the basic principles or singers whose voices sound better when they are in an uprigth position or with flexible pelvis.