BE MORE ACTIVE
Small changes have big impact. BeMoreActive is Ken’s way to get everybody moving, working towards a more active, fit and healthy lifestyle. Better still, whilst still having fun.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Our Booster Sessions are a series of one-day, high intensity work-outs. We dig deeper into one domain, getting to the core of the matter in a fun, relaxed environment.
Ken is a certified MovNat trainer. MovNat is all about movement, exploring your body’s full range of motion, agility gaining skills, strength and conditioning that are essential to adapt and perform.
Training in group guarantees fun, support and motivation. At the BeMoreActive Studio, we offer weekly sessions including Boxing, Park Move, Functional Fit and Move!
Ken’s natural movements and body-based approach have convinced many of a new fitter, more healthy lifestyle. Many become more agile, stronger and fitter
These short-term sessions tackle a specific domain. You train, learn and enjoy new techniques of movement and sports. All planned series are listed in the calendar.
HOW TO BE MORE ACTIVE?
A few simple steps that don’t take extra time and will instantly make you feel better and more alive!
Start the day with a cold shower
Turning the tap to cold wakes you up faster than any shot of espresso. This improves your circulation and boosts noradrenaline, a chemical that could help mitigate depression, keeps skin and hair healthy and increases energy and well-being.
Sit, squat, bend, stand
Variation is key! Don’t stay in the same position too long. Sitting too much will not kill you immediately, only a slow and painful death (just joking!). Change the way you work. Stand up, take a walk, do some squats. Anywhere, anytime.
Sharing is caring. Find someone to work together and motivate each other.Find a colleague to take the stairs with. Take a walk during breaks. Drop your kids off by bike. Play games in the park with friends. Do some squats with your partner while watching the news.Find a training buddy to share the sweat, pain and gain.
Tension/Traumatic Release Exercise TRE 23/3/2018
Assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension or trauma.
TRE is an innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. The exercises safely activate a natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating that releases muscular tension, calming down the nervous system. When this muscular shaking/vibrating mechanism is activated in a safe and controlled environment, the body is encouraged to return back to a state of balance.
Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (or TRE) is based on the fundamental idea, backed by research, that stress, tension and trauma is both psychological and physical. TREs reflexive muscle vibrations generally feel pleasant and soothing. After doing TRE, many people report feelings of peace and well-being. TRE has helped many thousands of people globally.
Instructor: Bieke Demeulenaere
Interested in other workshops?
Still coming up:
Park Move, Movnat, Running Technique,…
WHAT’S GOING ON?
Lectures, trainings, sessions, workshops, …
October 2017 Modern Methods of Stretching with Emmet Louis
Travelled to Collogne for this 2 day intensive workshop. Learned soo much about active stretching over the weekend.
Front bending, Front-and side splits, pancake, back bridge,…
Gained better insights into different methods of ‘active’ stretching and been implementing them for a while now on myself and clients with great results!
September 2017 Movnat Elements workshop
During this full day workshop we explored the basics of our natural movement skills. From rolling to hanging, balancing to crawling and of course lifting and jumping.
Next edition is coming up first weekend of February!
November 2017 Fighting Monkey London – Anatomy of Injury & Earthquake architecture.
Spending the weekend in the hands of Jozef and Linda from Fighting Monkey – Rootless roots in a beautiful venue with some familiar faces and new friends.
An event like this is always difficult to grasp in a few words but we’ve been exploring footwork ‘you age from the feet up’. Play with rhythm and coordination, flow, stillness and many other concepts to integrate in daily practice that might contribute to longevity…
December 2017 – Time off
Christmas period is always a good time to catch up with family and friends, take some rest, go for a long walk, breath, reload,…, ready for 2018, Happy New Year!!!!