How I came up with my unique teaching approach
A few years ago, I had a personal revelation that dramatically changed the way I taught art. I was in my forties and suffering with arthritis, and had never been good at gymnastics. Amazingly, I was taught to tightrope walk by a professional in just three hours. No harness, no pole, on a proper length tight rope. The experience of learning something so quickly and easily, which had seemed impossible, rocked my world. I have integrated that ‘revelation’ ,and the teaching methods used by my instructor, into how I now teach. I now give my students experience-based-learning, self-reliance, personal belief and the mechanics needed to succeed, by using the basic fundamentals as used by the Old Masters. I teach the physics of how to create the optical illusions we call art, and then give you the focus to let your body go and just do what it already knows how to. Whilst doing so I draw your attention to the negative habits, fears, assumptions and programming which so often stop us using our full potential in anything. These are all the tools you need to do virtually anything you wish – the very same tools that the world-level athletes and business people I have worked with use..