Reheat 180 is a 3 hour training event that serves as an introduction to the one of the six elements behind Fighting Monkey Practice:
“abstract tools and sculpting”
Tools used in training of FM are by design and form abstract. Abstract meaning that what can be done with them is less defined than the tools we have accustomed ourselves to. Stripped away from application, we are left to our own experiences and imagination.
Reheat is a weekend where we meet in a group of 10 to 20 people to explore physical and observational practices, often with a guest teacher who is a personal friend of mine whom I feel has interesting ideas for the group.
Phones and other technology are shut off so we allow ourselves to not be distracted nor entertained.
Mairtin McNamara and Olivier Goetgeluck have been mostly teaching together over the past years during the weekend Reheats focusing on movement and observational practices from a wide array of sources such as Fighting Monkey Practice, embodiment work, martials arts, athletic disciplines, therapeutic methods and more.
450' Reheat is a one day event based on the structure we use at our weekend Reheats.
We meet from morning to evening, 450 minutes, to practice situations in movement and stillness through which we try to discover together the principle qualities of our physiology and its interconnection with our thinking, emotion and memory.
Sign-up through the website of Fighting Monkey: https://bit.ly/2GAHKL6
Which games do you play to stay young?
It is a seminar that serves as a basic platform for further study of the Fighting Monkey Research. We will give you an overall introduction to the qualities and ideas that we have developed over the last 15 years of our F.M. research. It is for dancers, movers, martial artists and people who are interested in human development.
This workshop is intended to feed our acroyoga practice with the discovery and exploration of the Fighting Monkey's movement !
In this workshop you will be introduced to movement situations based on the ideas and principles behind Fighting Monkey Practice.