photo credit: Izbanef

photo credit: Izbanef

Researching with Axis Syllabus

For the past six years I have been researching with, and learning from the Axis Syllabus network. Axis Syllabus is a reference system, that compiles research from empirical and scientific findings about the human body in motion. The goal of this compilation is to give movers and movement educators a more informed approach to movement, fostering resilient bodies.

Axis Syllabus was initiated by Frey Faust, a dancer, in 1997. Since then many other movers from various fields have contributed to the research. I am currently in the process of becoming a certified Axis Syllabus teacher. All of my teaching is informed by this body of research.

I wrote an article at the beginning of my time studying Axis Syllabus, you can read more here.