How to Perform The Deep Knee Bend

The Deep Knee Bend is an excellent, endlessly useful movement for balancing technique and stability. The deep knee bend is a very common and convenient position. It is used to rest, observe, pick something up, look for animal tracks, etc. As a movement, it allows an easy and quick transition to ground positions, such ... Read more ›

5 Baby Steps to Help You Crawl While Balancing at Height

By Peri Zourides (L3 MCT) and Jerome Rattoni (MovNat Team Instructor) Crawling and balancing are both fun, practical, Natural Movement skills that deliver a lot of benefits. These movements can be a little intimidating, especially when you combine them. But with a few smart progressions, anyone can work up to high levels ... Read more ›

MovNat: A Road To Recovery

By David Dickinson In 2004, I was deployed on operations with the British Army to southern Iraq. One day, my platoon found ourselves involved in a six-day gun battle with local insurgents. During the night, we suffered a direct, high-explosive strike which wounded three of us, including myself. My friends were peppered head to ... Read more ›

Be a Puma, Not a Kitten: A Review of MovNat Combatives

By Cole Thornton, PT, DPT Combatives and fighting skills are necessary in a complete system of human movement, because they are as essential to survival as running, jumping, climbing, or crawling. Fighting skills were a central part of Hebert’s Natural Method, and I’m glad to see MovNat including combatives as an essential part ... Read more ›

I Thought I Could Swim: Then I Tried MovNat Aquatics (Review)

By Charlie Deist, Level 3 MovNat Certified Trainer I always took it for granted that I "knew how to swim" – until attending the aquatics certification. I haven't had such an improvement in my movement capabilities since I learned the efficient running technique. Since attending, I haven't been able to stay away from ... Read more ›

A Beginner’s Guide to Rolling (From The Ground Up)

By Alex Schenker, Level 3 MovNat Certified Trainer Rolling is a fun, practical movement that unfortunately, many people don't perform efficiently - increasing the risk of injury. But with a few smart progressions and mindful practice, almost anyone can roll safely and efficiently.   You might be wondering: "why should I ... Read more ›

A Look Inside MovNat Combatives: 5 Students Tell All

What a single mom, a doctor, a university professor, a lifelong martial artist, and a fitness coach learned from their MovNat Combatives experience By John Sifferman If you want an insiders perspective on the MovNat Combatives course, you're in for a real treat. Below, you'll find an up-close-and-personal interview with five people who ... Read more ›

The Side Bent Sit Reverse

The Side Bent Sit Reverse is a basic sit transition that is both practical for everyday life and also packs a lot of fitness benefits.  This movement could not be more practical. You can practice while reading a book, watching TV, or better yet, while being fully mindful about your sensations as you ... Read more ›

MovNat Helped Bring My Body Back

By Andrew Brown In early 2014, I suffered an auto-immune syndrome called Guillain-Barre. The good news is that it's a self-limiting syndrome that does not recur and can be recovered from, but the bad news is that it is often devastating. It wreaked havoc on my nervous system, specifically the motor nerve ... Read more ›

The Cure For Physical Idleness: Follow Your Instincts

by Erwan Le Corre, MovNat Founder Do you remember the very first moment when you started moving? You probably can’t because it was at such an early stage in your life (as a matter of fact, you already moved to some extent in your mother’s womb before you were born). Experts call the ... Read more ›

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