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Thursday, April 02, 2009

MovNat®: Explore Your True Nature™

I worked with Erwan to recreate MovNat's website. I believe that it is the place to keep up-to-date with what is happening with MovNat and to learn a lot more about MovNat's founder, Erwan Le Corre and his upcoming retreats and seminars and soon to be announced level 1 MovNat certification courses.

Erwan Le Corre encourages us to celebrate and affirm our being, our true nature; to celebrate and affirm our connections to the universe and the natural world and to become strong, healthy, happy and free in the process. I couldn't agree with him more.

His message is spreading and is sure to have a major impact on how the world sees the natural movement of humans...or lack thereof.

Enjoy your journey and check out the updated www.MovNat.com

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Anonymous Greg Battaglia said...

I've been waiting for some more info on this for a while. Can't wait to attend a seminar. Thanks for posting this info!

Greg Battaglia

Friday, April 03, 2009

Anonymous Derek said...

Great job, Ted. Eagerly awaiting more info from you and Erwan.

Your vibram huaraches are awesome, too.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Anonymous Philip said...

The website looks great! Nice work over there. I'm planning to buy a huarache kit soon ... looking forward to it!

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Anonymous Alex said...

Incredible. An idea whose time has come. Maybe more people around the world are headed in this direction. I started running barefoot six weeks ago on the suggestion of a man I met in the woods on Kefalonia. Strange coincidence, I guess. It isn't just the body that changes, I feel something else also, but I don't know what it is exactly. Also not just more energy, though that too. There was a moment the other day, on a long run when I was already very tired and sore, when I felt like I was becoming a part of the sky. I was perfectly aware, and in and out of my body at the same time. Strange, but not at all frightening, just the opposite.

Monday, May 18, 2009


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