Cameron Shayne – Budokon Mobility for Movers
June 23 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm£99
BUDOKON MOBILITY FOR MOVERS
Join the Founder of the Mixed Movements Arts system Cameron Shayne for a deep exploration of hip, spine and shoulder mobility.
Connecting the pelvic and shoulder girdles by awakening the spine is the foundational work for agile, and integrated movement patterns and chains. In this workshop we will explore movement through primal quadrupedal animal locomotion, distinct martial arts and yogic transitions as well as flexibility and mobility techniques that will change the way you understand and embody movement.
During the 90’s, Cameron Shayne established himself as a pioneering voice and transmitter
of contemporary yoga, martial arts, and animal locomotion. Renown for being a teacher of
teachers, he is respected world wide for creating the Budokon art form, and for his inspiring
and provocative writings on social philosophy.
He has been credited for helping Kerri Walsh win her first olympic gold medal, giving
Courteney Cox, Jennifer Anniston, Meg Ryan and Renee Russo their incredible physiques, and
choreographing fight scenes for Rush Hour 1 & 2 with Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan.
Cameron received his black belt in Olympic Style Taekwondo under Masters Paul & Dan
Harmon in 1992. He received his black belt in Yoshukai Japanese Karate-do under Shihan
Jerry Blanck in 2003. He is currently completing his black belt in Gracie Brazilian Jiu-jitsu
under the tutelage of Professor’s Gui Arashiro, Xande Ribeiro, and Rafael Lovato Jr.
Cameron has been studying and sharing yoga and mobility for over 25 years producing hundreds of teachers in the fields of yoga, martial arts and free form movement.
He currently lives and runs Budokon University & BDK Academy in Miami Florida with his wife Budokon University Director Melayne Shayne, where they teach local classes for the Florida Movement culture.
Cameron and Melayne travel extensively throughout the year educating inspired students in their Budokon teacher trainings and as headliners for yoga conferences and festivals around the world.