Movement Legacy All-Day (Oct 2019)
October 20, 2019 @ 10:30 am — 6:30 pm EDT| $300
Movement Legacy All-Day is an online, one-day-only workshop for learning new exercises and getting feedback from your fellow Karl Wolfe Alumni. This all-day class will provide you with a large chunk of time to practice and get feedback from others.
Using screen recording techniques I have pioneered, we will be able to review online movement footage of participants during the class as if we did in-person.
This is a full day event that runs Sun Oct 20, 2019 10:30am‑6:30pm EST.
We will meet on Zoom and take a 1–2 hour lunch break.
With the passing of Dr. Wolfe, opportunities to do movement with the same level of video diagnostics have been non-existent. While obviously not the same without Karl, it is up to all of us to continue forward in our own new ways. I have decided to host legacy workshops for only our original community, advancing the technology in new ways.
There will be full diagnostics, including: filming online, review, and full HD replays from Zoom.
- You will learn new movements and exercises to add to your practice and be able to ask questions about movements you have been practicing.
- You will get feedback from the group through video movement feedback.
- You will discover the personal myths that have been holding you back, and learn the truth about how you’re showing up in the world.
- You will reconnect with your tribe in person and the energy of the quantum field.
The full cost of this event is $300.
Note: only student’s of Dr. Karl Wolfe are eligible to attend at this time.
This workshop is run by Drew Gerald. Drew was working and facilitating alongside Dr. Wolfe for 3 years before his passing, which included skating and slackline diagnostics, retreats, and intensives. He has been coaching, facilitating, and publishing his own transformational work for over a decade.
This is an approved, independent, community-led event for the posterity of Dr. Karl Wolfe’s work (Karl Wolfe International no longer directly put on workshops).
Proceeds go to support more events like this in the future to preserve Dr. Wolfe’s legacy.