The 2019 MovNat Level III Certification:
An epic master class in Natural Movement
The MovNat Level III certification is a 4-day course that builds on the fundamental techniques and variations covered in the Level 1 and 2 certifications. This event is for the adventurous, the passionate, the committed. You’ll be learning directly from some of the best Natural Movement Instructors in the world.
Level 3 techniques are more challenging and demand more athleticism, physical ability, mental stamina, efficiency, and mindfulness. Upon passing, the Level 3 MovNat Trainer will have the tools to teach the complete spectrum of Level 3 techniques safely and competently in an indoor or outdoor environment.
A detailed preparation guide will be emailed to all participants a few months before the event. We want you to show up conditioned and prepared for an action-packed experience. This special event will be limited to a small number of participants, so be sure to book well in advance. Successful completion earns you the coveted “MCT III” honors.
A list of specific techniques that will be covered can be found on this page. Techniques taught at the certification may vary.
Glorieta Camps, Glorieta, NM
Thursday to Sunday: 8am-6pm
Note: Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to prepare for each day’s activity.
WHAT TO BRING
- Government issued photo ID
- Notebook and MovNat Certified Trainer Manual
- Training gear (shorts, T-shirt, minimal shoes) for indoors and outdoors.
- Snacks, fluids, and lunch.
- Your A-Game!
- Danny Clark, MovNat Performance Director and Master Instructor
- Kellen Milad, MovNat Team Instructor
- Kimberly Alexander, MovNat Team Instructor
Participants will have the option to stay on-site in a shared lodge in Glorieta Camps for an additional fee. Food will also be provided for an additional fee. Before the course, MovNat will email the participants the all-inclusive cost of food and lodging, which is optional. Last year the cost was under $400 for the whole stay (including food). Participants are also welcome to stay in Santa Fe (20 minutes away) and provide their own food.
Note: This is a once-a-year event, and it usually fills up well in advance.