Primal movement is not like any other exercise program, it combines techniques that focus on basic, natural movements that enable better flexibility, repair and prevent injuries as well as building strength. All of these are movements we often take for granted when we grow older and do not always realise how critical they are as we age.

That is what makes our programs ideal for the corporate fields, our routines are fun and can be catered to specific needs – they are perfect for stress relief and better cognitive function and these are two of the main reasons they are so popular with our existing corporate clients.

To get into more detail, Primal Movement is an interaction and fusion between primal movements and mixed movement modalities, through perfect synchronisation of technical aspect through movement, moving meditation and breath with a cognitive state of awareness by the absence of discursive thought.

Sophisticated Approach of the expression arts-Point of difference

Our construct is of a education academy to teach movement arts and creating neural networks. We practice to have active participation to explore, experiment the arts and challenge ourselves.

We give situations and expose, then the student has to find the solution and use communication to help solve, this is beneficial in which then the student can adapt easier from one domain to another in the real environment.

This is called behaviour flexibility. 


Benefits of this practice –

This brings in cognitive reserve- optimise or maximise performance through different recruitments of the brains networks.


The way we challenge the status quo by making our concept friendly, playful and hitting the systems and senses and neural pathways of the mind and body. Additionally making the process transferable into business and pleasure.

Injuries came when I wasn’t mindful, trying to achieve instead of exploring the movement, learning the pattern, listening to my signals and sensory perception.

Thinking Methodology -Threefold relationship

  1. Precision
  2. Mastery
  3. Evolutionary mindfulness

Physical Practice methodology

  1. Emulate
  2. Consolidate
  3. Create


  1. Re-corrective alignments- irregular practice, re-stabilise your balance
  2. Striking forms-pad work- basic biomechanics
  3. Body to body- the body commands improvisation
  4. Primal flows – free expression of your flows, communication
  5. Sculpting – be the poet – story telling

Practice triangle

Rhythm, coordination and balance. We will validate if we can make all the systems and senses of our bodies work in a harmonious motion. How efficiently can we use our energy and overall potential while moving?  Balance is little undulations of movement, constantly dynamic interaction.

Rhythm – is probably the most valuable asset for movement development, it plays on developing dynamic and energetic efficient patterns.

Coordinations – is the communication of our human form within the network made up of our joints and surrounding tissues. It forms the foundation for our rhythmicality, kinetic potential, and the exploration of power and strength qualities.

Coordination practice is build up around the interplay of tension and relaxation which is known as the ultimate physical quality: the best athletes and performers are the ones that can shift from tense to relaxed the fastest. We practice in a non linear way.

Structure Architecture

Power exploration and kinetic energy potential, generating selective tensions and fluidity on demand.

Benefits are when the muscles and joints are aligned, you will gain greater leverage and the power comes from the hips. The power comes from the hips and shoulders. The strength is in the spine and abdomen.

Posture – structural integrity , elastic and resilient but soft especially when you encounter irregularities and unpredictable, spread the stress to maintain dynamic balance cognitive and behaviour patterns to see how adaptive and creative you are in the moments that are not entirely not in your control and to see how your motor skills perception and rhythm is.

Breathe- we practice for the heart to be coherent, linking the heart, lungs and the central nervous systems, taps into the parasympathetic nervous system to work as one.


1. The heart and the mind are the commander-emotional content

2. The eyes and ears are the front line-sensory information

3. The stances and flow must be like a war horse -these are your            postural and structure integration

4. Your hands and feet are your swords, pencils etc- keep them sharp  like your mind

5. Raising your Shen-spirit and presence

6. Tell are story when practicing