Playful, Mindful & Educative
The Three Wise Monkeys' Approach
What to expect ?
An evidence-based approach to movement that blends mindfulness practices with floorwork and somatic movements, sprinkled with a dash of strength and mobility training, plus a good dose of playfulness, improvisation, and exploration.
In this studio, you'll find an ever-growing library of on-demand classes of various lengths and themes with none-to-minimal props needed. All classes are available in english and french versions. Whether you want to move with more ease, discover novel movements or learn more about the human body, the virtual studio is here to enrich your knowledge and accompany you in your movement practice.
Curious to know what's inside ?
Preview the videotheque
If you are reluctant to share information on Facebook and Instagram but love the idea of being part of a supportive and encouraging community, then our private and secured forum will satisfy your need for both privacy and connection.
Our forum provides a space where you can discuss your struggles and successes with other movement explorers as well as get additional guidance and feedback from myself.
The Three Tenets
Every membership gives you an unlimited access to an ever-growing library of pre-recorded movement classes, with a 7-day trial period included. No long-term contract, you can cancel at any time.
Who's teaching ?
It's me, Noémie. Besides my job as a movement educator, I'm also an analog photographer and an illustrator.
Former vinyasa yoga teacher, I quickly became interested in introducing different movement modalities into my teaching. My classes blend somatics, improvisation and floor-based movements with strength and mobility progressions based on principles of movement science and neuroscience. I am as passionate about the scientific aspect of movement than I am about its intuitive and exploratory forms.
Many movement disciplines have a binary vision of movements, thinking that there is a "safe" and "unsafe", or "good" and "bad" way to execute them. However, I believe that there is more nuance than that; it's important to remember that the human body is extremely adaptable and capable, so the choice of how to move depends mainly on what our goals are. Are we looking for a certain aesthetic ? A certain muscle activation ? A certain experience ?
As I don't believe that alignment is necessary to protect our bodies, I prefer to promote movement progression, variability, inquiry, and exploration as ways to develop a resilient body and nervous system.
Since my intention is to offer classes that are evidence-based, educative and inquisitive, I aim to guide you in a practice that isn't just helping you to become stronger and more mobile in the long-term but is also going to improve your critical thinking, awareness, confidence, and knowledge about your body.
So, if you are...
- → Build your practice on sound and sustainable foundations
- → Get more familiar with your body
- → Move with more ease and awareness
- → Be able to develop an autonomous movement practice over time
- → Explore fun and novel ways to move
- → Try a movement practice that gives you more freedom and choice
- → Level-up your movement knowledge
- → Refine your movement skills and creativity
- → Learn new moves you can implement in your classes and/or personal practice
- → Be exposed to a teaching pedagogy that is exploratory and science-informed
- → Learn/revisit principles of movement science and neuroscience