Colin defines himself as a generalist, not a specialist.
Movement is more than just an interpretation of strength, conditioning, muscular endurance and whatever other fitness attribute you choose to include.
Our quest for fitness or a discipline is usually with a reason or goal in mind – to be strong or to lose weight are a few that come to mind. It doesn’t matter how fit, strong or how much stamina you have. What is important is how you move – because the human body is designed to do so. A LOT.
Always the student, and for most of his life, Colin has extensively researched movement practices that include body preparation/manipulation, ground play, floreio, crawling, dance, martial arts, acrobatics and hand-balancing, most of which are included within his own personal practice on a daily basis.
His dedication has helped him to devise a more cutting edge approach to his teaching methods, which may include breaking a few rules along the way.