Style of Slacklining: Basic Slacklining
Who's the workshop for: All Ages
Why join this slacklining event: Every step you take in life leads you to the next, but life is in this moment, here, now. If you'd like to find a better way of being in balance then come along and enjoy a private workshop.
What's covered in the workshop: In your private session you will learn slacklining fundamentals that are best suited for you where you are at and what you are wanting. This could include slackline equipment selection, set-up techniques (with or without trees), mounting & dismounting techniques, posturally correct balance holds, walking (forwards, backwards), static postures (warrior, sitting, laying, kneeling....), .
When: email email@example.com to find out the best way to connect.
Next possibility if you can’t make it: N/A
Where: Roaming through the Southern Hemisphere, Melbourne, New Zealand, South Africa, Northern Territory, Mount Isa.
How to book & prepare: Email Pieter@slackline.com.au with your name, phone number, location, who will be attending and what is wanted from your private workshop.
Centre of Balance: Sheppard Healthcare
Instructor: Pieter van der Kooij
-Slackline Australia Level 2 Instructor (March 2016- Current)
Bachelor of Science- Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Science- Podiatry
Star Rating: -
"It was so relaxing to just be there standing on the slackline and enjoying the moment of just being." Anon
"Pieter has an incredible way of coaching on the slackline and using the slackline as a transformational tool. He is very caring and compassionate and loves to help" Logan Hurford.
Personal Message from the Instructor:
Completing a Bachelor of Science - Podiatry (3 years), and then doing a Bachelor of Science - Physiotherapy (4 years) there is always an urge to learn and do more. Creating a skills set that can help rehabilitate people from different injury backgrounds with a range of complexities. Slacklining is a great tool for developing a new skill while activating different neural pathways and facilitating good posture, balance and achieving good quadricep activation. Slacklining is a way to work on breathing and clearing your mind to concentrate on the task and being. This can be so difficult for people with severe injuries that are struggling to have have insights into the future that this season of struggle will pass and a new season is just around the corner. I enjoy using slacklining to create community and to encourage people of all ages to take the step, they are never too young or too old.