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Title : M.O.B.I. Camp 2016
Description : Electric Fish Studio & The School of Physical Intelligence present:
M.O.B.I. / Camp: Movement Orienteering & Body Intelligence
7 Days with 5 Master Movement Practitioners.

music © BONOBO 'Walk in the Sky'

"...Orienteering: to navigate from point to point in diverse and usually unfamiliar terrain, and normally moving at speed.."
• Classes all day every day in that cross-over-thing between and including dance/ natural movement/ anatomy/ natural parkour/ martial arts/ acrobatics.
• Daily curated sharing of movement research, performance, discussion, plus time for labs and jamming.
• Indoor and outdoor facilities and access to hundreds of acres of wilderness including rivers, lakes and bouldering.
• Daily home-cooked organic meals.
• Private/group lodging and camping options available.
• Hosted at Nine Mountain Retreats in rural western Massachusetts

Details will be posted soon!


RAFE KELLEY Evolve/Move/Play
"I’ve been a movement teacher for 12 years. Beginning as a child, I practiced various martial arts, started gymnastics at age 15, and parkour at 23. I was also lucky enough to grow up at the end of a dirt road surrounded by woods. I spent my childhood climbing trees, hiking up creek beds, swimming, and throwing rocks and sticks.
I co-founded, acted as the program developer, and was head coach in 2008 at Parkour Visions in Seattle, one of the most respected parkour teaching organizations in the world. I am widely considered one of the top parkour coaches in the world, having taught seminars for Apex movement, Tempest Free Running, many crossfits, and a variety of other facilities and organizations. I bring a unique combination of personal movement competence, an analytical approach, extensive and comprehensive background knowledge, and a deep love of nature and play to his teaching"

Shira enjoys encouraging people to move in new ways while learning skills and being creative. Her background is in Capoeira, and loves to combine it with her more recent passions: Dance and Circus Arts. Shira is the co-founder and owner of Athletic Playground (Emeryville, CA), an indoor dynamic play-space, inspiring physical play through wide variety of movement classes. She has performed for local Bay Area choreographers including: Scott Wells, Sebastian Grubb, Zoë Klein, Blair Bodie.

Nuria has been dancing her whole life. Her relationship to movement and music is professional, personal and therapeutic. During the past fifteen years Nuria has been dancing professionally in New York City, Colorado, Scotland, Turkey, Brazil, Southeast Asia and most recently the greater Bay Area. She has performed her own original choreographic and musical works, collaborative works, and performed as a dancer for other choreographers. She considers herself to be a performance artist, dancer, choreographer, musician, Capoeirista, teacher, healer, and mother.

TOM WEKSLER Movement Archery
Has been practicing Capoeira, Martial Arts and different forms of acrobatic disciplines from a young age. Raised in Isreal, Tom graduated in 2009 from “The Workshop For Dancers and Choreographers” in Haifa. Since 2010, Tom has been dancing with “Inbal Pinto and Avshallom Pollak Dance Company” and performed with the comapny’s productions in many theaters and festivals around the world. Tom is currently performing around the world the performance “Collective Loss Of Memory” – choreographed by “Rootlessroot” (Jozef Frucek and Lind Kapetnea) and produced by “Dot504”.
Tom's Movement Archery workshops have taken place in Tel Aviv, Berlin, London, Rome, Copenhagen Tokyo, Kyoto, Guadelajara, Antwerp, Boston, and more.

AARON CANTOR Primal Practice
"I spent the first five years of my life in Japan training to become a superhero samurai. Just when I was got the hang of using chopsticks my family moved to a farm in Brazil. There, I was tutored by Indiana Jones, Yoda and a team of renegade Apaches warriors. My father introduced me to yoga when I was 3. Master Wu began teaching me mixed martial arts when I was 8. Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and the Thunder Cats helped out from time to time. I climbed lots of trees. I loved talking to my teachers and thinking about the meaning of life. I did art and ran a lot. I studied Zen, read philosophy and learned to walk on my hands. I became excellent at triathlons and starred in the musical HAIR. I dropped out of standardized schooling to join a dance company. I was never a stripper and was never paid to kill. I made modest money painting houses, working on farms, and doing construction. Then I moved to India to do yoga, meditate and look into enlightenment. I’ve been teaching movement and mindfulness practices internationally for 15 years"

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