Superfly are excited to have this Veteran of Movement join the team to share his love of movement.
Ian started out as your regular gym goer, who spent all his leisure time working out in a traditional fitness gym. As he learned more about his body and with the constant urge for self improvement, he discovered Parkour and has been obsessed with the discipline ever since. Because of his passion for Parkour which he has been practicing for more than a decade, his curiosity and exploration grew bigger and led him to discover new forms of movement that he develops and cultivates until now.
Over the years, he has travelled to more than 25 countries, studying and training with practitioners from all over the world, gaining an even deeper knowledge about Parkour and movement.
But it wasn’t until he started sharing his insights and experiences that made him feel fulfilled. Wanting to create a positive impact in the lives of others, he now dedicates a part of his life to help people better understand the body-mind relationship, while continuing his journey in the world of movement.
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“Picking yourself out of the comfort zone, that is really what this is all about. And I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised to what you can achieve”
“You’ll never gonna know if you don’t try. I don’t want to regret anything for not trying, so I’m very happy I did, and I’m very happy I enjoyed, and actually I learned so many different things.”
‘Joining Superfly Monkey Dragons is the best decision I have made in years. I am feeling so good. I had a great time attending the flip course and met some awesome people.’