Movement Art: Videos to Inspire

What a day! A special thank you to all of you who celebrated with us on the 31st of August 2019. Enjoy the little review of this beautiful day filled with joy and movement love.

A heartfelt thank you to all of you who made art of motion what it is today, to all our partners who continiously support and grow with us. To all of you outside-the-box-thinkers and movers, aka the beautiful souls who dream with us and make things happen. We look forward to the next 15 years of contemporary movement education with all of you!

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Developed by Karin Gurtner
In association with Anatomy Trains

The Anatomy Trains in Motion course is filled with movement relevant information and practical applications that not only sound good on paper, but work well in real life.

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Next time you sit in a park why not take a 1-minute movement break.

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Concept by Karin Gurtner (art of motion)

Endorsed by Thomas W. Myers (Anatomy Trains)

  • Anatomy Trains as a holistic body map for movement.
  • Myofascial meridian anatomy ‘translated’ into movement art.
  • Real world movement explained via the Anatomy Trains lines.
  • Linking structure to function.
  • Connecting understanding and embodiment.

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Karin and Antonia will take you on a 5 minute Contemporary Pilates tour with FlowTonic Pads. The sequence is quite fast to give you lots of ideas. If you want to join them, repeat the single exercises a couple of times.

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A couple of weeks ago, I walked out the door wearing a red dress and red shoes. Richard, my friend and downstairs neighbor, was at the same time watering a red geranium. We started talking about art, the wonder of water and the contrasting magic of life, therefore movement.

At 5am the next morning we sat in my matchbox of a car driving south to a dried out salt lake near Perth, ready to play. We had no script and no grand plan, just a bag full of red clothes, a wine glass, a bottle of water and two goals: to have fun and to practice for the 'real thing'.

As it turned out, we had the 'real thing' in our hands, yet all along we had only played. It's a short clip and like a dream, it tells many stories. The story you see is for you, from us.

Warm wishes
Karin & Richard

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Movement art in Fremantle, Australia.
Let Karin, Martina and Toni inspire you.

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Movement art somewhere on a remote salt lake in Western Australia.

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The contemporary art of motion Pilates.
Karin, Toni & Martina at Western Australian Trigg Beach.

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Go with the Flow.

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