What is MovNat®/Natural Movement® and what are the benefits?

It’s a question we get all the time.

Mostly likely you already know the spirit of MovNat® is reconnecting to our true nature through movement. But what exactly does a Natural Movement® based fitness system look like and what benefits does it have for the average person who may or may not be interested in moving through nature?

In this 12 part video series, “From the Ground Up” we shed some light on those questions by giving you a peek into some raw, unscripted coaching sessions with our performance director Danny Clark. We’re going to show you a nice sample of what our system looks like, how we approach the science and art of coaching complete beginners, and why practicing Natural Movement is for ANYONE who owns a human body.

Our first video opens with what we consider the foundation of MovNat: ground movement. Ignored by most over the age of five, find out why a cohesive practice of small ground movements is the next big thing in the fitness industry…

If you are a fitness professional and want to bring Natural Movement to your clients, MovNat Certifications will teach you all you need to know. Join the movement, get certified today.

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6 Responses to “From the Ground Up – Part 1 – Ground Movements”

  1. A Physical Therapist Awakens to MovNat | MovNat, LLC

    […] research MovNat further and came across Danny Clark’s Natural Developmental Sequence (NDS) warmup shown in his “From the Ground Up” coaching series. The movements looked so smooth and simple, but as […]

  2. glenn hamby

    i was interested in the article by the phy therapist. as a 20plus year therapist who also has a black belt in brazilian jiu jitsu, i have been trying to incorporate ground drills and movements with my patients for a long time. have you ever considered a course specifically for therapists with ceu credits? i would love to attend something like this. its what iv been searching for and experimenting with for years. this would be very helpful and much more enjoyable than attending the normal drudgery of most continuing ed classes.

  3. Michael Wood, CSCS

    A great instructional video on basic movement patterning – nice job!

  4. Laurie Youmans

    Awesome I need to learn to get down on the floor so I can get Up from the floor if I fall, Plus Theres a lot of housework to be done on my new place and its taking me a long time to get things done.. painting gardening etc.


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