What is it that makes some movement so remarkable? Why are some dancers so mesmerising? How do professional sports players seem to control the space around them? Bothmer helps us to understand this and bring about positive change in the quality of our own movement.
Who is it for?
Professional sports people, dancers, movement teachers, actors, osteopaths and physiotherapists can all discover a new quality in their work through the practice of Bothmer. Bothmer provides another dimension in which to understand the movement of our bodies in space.
Bothmer is accessible to everyone, whether from a movement background or not.
The movements used in Bothmer reflect the development of the human being and help parents understand the different developmental phases their child is going through.
- That they have been able to pass on to their children a more positive relationship to movement and their bodies.
- That the practice of Bothmer has increased qualities that help being a parent; particularly patience, understanding and equanimity.
It is vital for teachers to be able to hold the space around them. Bothmer increases our spatial presence while allowing a greater command of the space around us.
As a teacher it is also essential we have an understanding of the child and their developmental stages. Bothmer provides a picture of the developing human being as well as diagnostic skills in children’s learning tendencies and abilities.
The School of Human Movement deliver courses and programmes based on the principals of Bothmer, designed to transform our relationship with movement and space, in a way that can enhance our every day life.