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The Axis Syllabus (AS) is a constantly evolving reference system, or lexicon for the organization and cross-correlation of empirical and scientific findings from the study of human movement. This includes anatomical details, physics, practical applications, research, analysis and transmission. The AS was founded by Frey Faust in the late 90’s.
“Syllabus” is Latin for list or table of content, while “Axis” refers to the points and through-lines that provide a referential grid for sensing volume and tracking movements through the kinesphere. It is our experience that the awareness of volume, direction and mass facilitate a more accurate perception of physio-dynamics, furnishing the basis of more appropriate reflexes and responses to the mover.
For more information visit www.axissyllabus.org
Axis Syllabus in Luxembourg
The Axis Syllabus study group in Luxembourg meets regularly to learn, investigate and practice fundamental bio-mechanical and physical concepts addressed by and compiled in the Axis Syllabus (AS). Please get in touch by email – firstname.lastname@example.org – if you are interested in attending the study group led by Emanuela Iacopini, AS teacher candidate.
A professional study group for performing artists of any background is meeting on Wednesdays 10h-12h. Please get in touch by email – email@example.com – if you are interested in attending the professional study group led by Emanuela Iacopini, AS teacher candidate.
You can now purchase online classes taught by Frey Faust, founder and author of the Axis Syllabus, covering fundamental elements of this movement analysis archive. All videos are produced by Diane Bruni, MRC online, Toronto, Canada.
List of online classes taught by Frey Faust:
The Hip Axis
The Spine & The Anatomical Centre
Fascia and Flow
GAIT Mechanics and Dynamic Posture
Knees and Feet
Movement Notation and Bear Crawl
ALL nine classes
Contact and Registration
Axis Syllabus in Luxembourg: VEDANZA STUDIOS, 18 rue Louvigny, L-1946 Luxembourg city. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Online classes: click here
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