How long is it?
How much does it cost?
When is the deadline to apply?
Applications are currently closed. Sign up for the email list to be notified when they open up.
What is the time commitment?
You can expect about an hour a day of reading, thinking, writing, chatting in the forum, etc during the week. Each Sunday there will be one group call from 9A – 12P PST. You are welcome to talk for less or more time, and breaks can be taken as needed, but you should plan to be available for this time. Any rescheduling can be coordinated within group if the new times work for everyone involved. Having said that, you get what you put in.
Will you be selling the assignments as a standalone product?
No. TMS is designed to customize your learning experience. Those who have partaken will understand.
How many people will there be in the seminar?
That depends on how many of your friends you get to sign up with you. But we’re only taking a MAX of 10 people this time.
Do I have to speak English?
The Movement Seminar doesn’t work without group communication. Most will speak English, so that is the official language of TMS.
What is it?
It’s a private online forum designed to teach you how to fix your movement problems. You will be given writing assignments, experiments to run, and you will be expected to help your fellow cohort throughout the entire month. We learn best by teaching and doing.
Will there be discussion on more topics than just movement?
Likely, yes. You get what you put in. If you want to go above and beyond, try finding a partner to join you.
What sorts of handouts will I take home with me?
Since TMS is designed to be custom-built every session, it varies from person-to-person and session-to-session. Again, you get out of this what you put in.
Will we discuss [PRI/FMS/Other Company] during the course?
The intent of TMS is to be system agnostic. Movement is movement (and that’s why it’s in the title of the seminar). If you have experience with the FMS, but not PRI, you will still be fine. And vice versa. We do not intend to re-teach you someone else’s system, but rather help you refine your own.