Learning to Move & Moving to Learn
Weekly Kids Classes for 8-10yrs

First class is FREE !     

The way children move and hold themselves has a direct impact on their development.  During their pre-school years, children move so freely and naturally yet when exposed to the rigors of school and modern living they begin to develop harmful habits such as slouching, tension in the shoulders and necks that are pulled forwards out of alignment. 

Fortunately learning is part of our DNA and children learn quickly. These workshops are experiential in that the children will learn through their own actions and curiosity.  Creative movement games and exercises will encourage the children to release excess tension and refind the ease and poise of earlier years. Ultimately by regaining their natural alignment their attention span and learning skills also improve.

From a more global perspective,  when children explore the interplay between their ideas, thoughts and how they move, they become more in tune with themselves and their emotions.  

What to wear:


Loose clothing such as Sweatpants and t-shirts. Barefeet.


Saturdays : 11.30am – 12.30pm

Price :  135€  for the term           You can join anytime - 15€ per session


MBS Academie, 696 Avenue de Font Roubert, 
06250 Mougins


Moving with Ease & Freedom
Workshops for Adults

This is the first module consisting of five workshops that leads to a deeper understanding of how to move easily and effortlessly in daily or professional activity.  The workshops are practical and experiential so that you can explore ideas and adapt them to your particular issue with the teachers guidance. There is an order of learning within the course structure though this can vary according to your needs and requests.​ The premise of the work is how we operate as a whole system. How our thoughts and ideas intertwine with our physicality.  It begins by considering how we are supported on the ground and how much effort is required to remain upright.  ​

​Within this theme we will explore:

  • simple movements such as standing, sitting and walking

  • the importance of awareness and spotting potential harmful habits​

  • how the balance mechanism works and how to be centred

  • how to begin adapting this knowledge in everyday life

As we go through this material, we will also take time to look at common misconceptions about posture, sitting up straight, ‘getting it right’ amongst others.

To benefit the most from the work, you are encouraged to explore and reflect on your newly acquired knowledge in-between workshops.  Each time we will begin with your comments, feedback and questions. They serve to guide the ongoing sessions, ensure understanding and keep the content relevant to your concerns.


What to bring

​Wear clothing easy to move in and barefeet or socks.