Movement Archery presents:
Infinite Play with Kyle Fincham
“To be prepared against surprise is to be trained. To be prepared for surprise is to be educated.”
James P. Carse, Finite and Infinite Games
2 - 3 October, 2021
Sat 2nd | 10 am - 5 pm (with 1,5 hour lunch break)
Sun 3rd | 10 am - 5 pm (with 1,5 hour lunch break)
*The workshop is open to all levels
Early bird | €100 (Register before Sep 18)
Full price | €120
Exact location to be confirmed
Info & Registration
This is less of a class and more of a playful exploration; there are more questions than answers, and more suggestions than instructions. Play welcomes risk taking, and facilitates the possibility of surprise and discovery; elements that feed our intelligence and creative potential. We will utilize tools such as coordination, rhythm, imagination, physical problem solving, and discourse on our trek up the mountain of human potential.
Kyle Fincham grew up in Lake Tahoe and found his passion for teaching while working as a ski instructor. He studied theater at UCLA, where he could be found regularly in Vaudeville class. In 2005 he left college and moved to New York to pursue a career in stand-up comedy. After almost 10 years of chasing laughs he realized his fascination with movement, and decided to leave the yucks behind to follow this new path.
Kyle studied online with Ido Portal from 2015-2020, and attended Movement Camp from 2016-2019. He is a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, currently receiving online education from Tom Weksler, and is deeply influenced by the Fighting Monkey Practice. Kyle independently researches different movement tools, approaches, and methodologies, and also travels the world attending movement workshops and seminars in an effort to be exposed to diverse perspectives.
Kyle hosts Behind the Movement, a podcast where he speaks with different movement practitioners to discuss their journeys, philosophies, and insights. You can read more on Kyle's thoughts, ideas, and wonderings through his writing.