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2 Day Ground Movement Workshop: Berlin, Germany

This workshop provides the first and only Fitness, Rehabilitation & Prevention method that is backed by nature, biology and evolution.

September 23 September 24


When your mind wants adventure, but your body isn’t ready, Natural Ground Movement is your gateway.


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What is the Natural Ground Movement Workshop?

Fundamental human movement meets the magic of flows in this unique 2-day Natural Ground Movement workshop!

This unique Natural Ground Movement Workshop is based on the science around the Neuro-Development Sequence. This is how human beings have learned to move since birth but also at any age and for any level of athletic performance. The movements we learn in early childhood build the foundations of a balanced body, mind and soul well into adolescence and adulthood.

By taking you down to the floor (supine, prone, quadrupedal, sitting, kneeling, and getting up), this 2-day workshop will teach – or re-teach – you the skills that came with your exploration of the world in your early years, helping you to unlock long-lost movements.

Enjoy the integration of movement theory and practice through Natural Ground Movement positions, transitions, and improvisational and playful flows!

What will you do in this workshop?

  • Learn the basic structure of the Neurodevelopmental Sequence, including positions, transitions & breathing.
  • Apply these principles to adult fitness training through natural ground movement flows and get-ups.
  • Discuss how to integrate these principles into areas of healthcare, health management, natural movement skill development (MovNat), and injury prevention & rehabilitation.

What is the science behind the workshop?

Ground Movement is based on skills that enable the development of the higher levels of locomotion such as walking, running and jumping that we all take for granted today, but are mostly lost through a sedentary lifestyle, the emphasis of safety over risk taking and the human separation from his internal and external nature. 

Thanks to our modern lifestyle, we increasingly lose the basic conditions, patterns and capacity to perform fundamental movements such as rolling, crawling, squatting, and even breathing.

Understanding this instinctive behavior of Human Natural Movement offers enormous potential for reestablishing lost fundamental conditions like mobility, stability, patterns, strength, movement and neuroplasticity. 

Meet the Instructor

Bernd Reicheneder discovered MovNat in 2011 after he successfully completed a Diploma in Sports Science in 2005 and a Magister Artium in Classical Archeology in 2010 – while working already 10 years in the conventional fitness industry…Read Bernd’s full BIO here.


Bruno-Bürgel-Weg 9
Berlin, Berlin 12439 Germany
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Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 9am – 5pm

Additional Information

Language: This course will be taught in English, with German translation available.

Refund & Transfer Policy: Due to the large quantity of courses scheduled, MovNat does not accommodate requests for refunds. However, we accommodate transfer requests, subject to limitations (see Terms and Conditions for details).


The Ground Movement Workshop brought me a lot. It’s incredibly fun and leaves you wanting more.
You also have time to practice skills during the course and are constantly given more tips and tricks.
My mobility improves through the exercises and my flows have become more creative and playful. With the simple transitions you learn, my movements become smoother and more fluid.
You learn a lot of techniques, transitions, some theory and of course a lot more.
The workshop is well prepared and I was able to take a lot with me for my own practice. Well suited for beginners with some experience. Absolute recommendation.

-Marlene R.

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