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Soisci’s Open Movements Workshop Part 2

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Soisci’s Open Movements Workshop Part 2

This is Socisci’s second workshop, she came last year in July and I must say it was an awesome two-day event. I had definite plans on bringing her back and here it is again I'm sure this event will be even better. Click the link to see my blog of her first time teaching a workshop in Bangkok, Thailand


Open Movements Workshop Description

Two full days exploring different movement qualities and elements with Soisci. This workshop will explore: 
Coordination and rhythm (2 crucial and often overlooked/ misunderstood elements for moving well in sport and throughout life). 
Mobility in motion- not isolation. 
Stretching as neurological food for thought. 
Letting go of inhibitions; enjoying creativity and self-exploration.
Injuries and why they happen. 
Balance work. 
Developing comfort with irregular patterns. 
Visiting different types of physical strength. 
Spatial awareness. 
Internal awareness. 
Feet and joint health.
Martial work to train adaptability and most movement qualities.
Preparing for graceful aging- what is useful, what is enjoyable?
Learning through play (as children, animals, and athletes do); Play, play play.
Anyone is welcome to join; there are no prerequisites or levels of physical skill/ condition. The only expectation is that you arrive open-minded and prepared to give your best (so that you and everyone can get the best). This will be Soisci’s second time teaching in Thailand, don’t miss out on this rare opportunity!

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Who is Soisci?
Soisci is the founder of Human Patterns; a Sydney based movement coach with 15 years of martial arts practice (a former Muay Thai world champion), and seven years of teaching experience. Her material is an amalgamation of her past and present experiences with her teachers, and her own creative research.  She spent four years immersed in the Ido Portal Method (where some of the basic material shared stems from) and is presently very strongly influenced and inspired by the Fighting Monkey Practice, whom she is studying under.



Location: The Racquet Club

Address: 6,8 Soi Amara 3,Sukhumvit 49/9,Klongton Nua,Wattana, Bangkok 10110, 3rd Floor

Phone: +66 2 714 7200



Payment Info:


Early bird fee: 7000 baht before April 6th 2018

After deadline fee: 8500 baht

Those of you living outside of Thailand or using an internatinal bank include 250 baht

(Example: 7250 or 8750 baht)

Bank Transfer

Bank: Kasikorn Bank

Account name: Oppose Gravity

Account:  028-1-48924-0

Please email a copy of your receipt to and bring your reciept or email with you on the day of the event. If you have questions email

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