Here is an overview of teachers represented by Motion Impulse. Every one of them is an independent teacher, performer and/or practitioner, and we are proud to be able to support them in bringing their creative ideas and teachings out into the world.
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Mikael Kristiansen is a contemporary circus artist specializing in handbalancing. He has a background as a bboy and has a bachelor in circus arts from DOCH, Stockholm.
Since finishing school he has worked for companies such as Cirkus Cirkör and 7 Doigts de la main.
Read more about Mikael here.
Craig Mallett - the founder of Aware Relaxed Connected - now teaches his Body Awakening and Repatterning techniques under the banner of and as part of Physical Alchemy, drawing from an extensive background in various physical cultivation methods.
Read more about Craig here.
Natalie Reckert graduated from the „National Centre for Circus Arts“ in London in 2007 where her handstand teacher Janchivdorj Sainbayar perfectioned her hand balancing skills.
Since then she works as a professional circus performer as part of shows, in collaboration with theatre- and dance companies and with her own work.
Read more about Natalie here.
Physical Alchemy is the name of the physical cultivation and alchemical methods Dave Wardman teaches based upon his studies, training and experience in the last 14, or so, years. It is an Art of Re-patterning – just as there are martial arts or performing arts.
Read more about Dave here.
Emmet is a graduate of the National Centre for Circus Arts, London. He focuses on teaching physical development but with an acrobatics focus. His current main teaching is a system of mobility development called “Modern Methods of Mobility”.
Read more about Emmet here.
For the last 5 years, Tristan has been deep in research and teaching of yoga, handbalance, mobility training, floor work, gymnastics skill and strength practices, olympic lifting, boxing, contempory dance, brazilian Jiujitsu, and more.
The reason he chose a movement practice instead of a specialised one, is because it gives him the beginners mind. A beginner's mind is open to learning at all times, and from anywhere.
Read more about Tristan here.