Find your true nature
ÊTRE FORT POUR ÊTRE UTILE A SOI-MÊME ET AUX AUTRES
Beyond a simple physical practice, hebertism is articulated at the crossroads of three specific but closely related and inseparable cultures:
Culture of the body, Culture of action, Ethical culture
Develop your body Strengthen your mind Cultivate your ethics
The Natural Training:
Use natural human gestures, i.e. walking, running, jumping, climbing, throwing, carrying, etc.
Thus ensuring an integral and harmonious physical development.
Practice outdoors to enjoy the benefits of the natural elements, air, water and sun as well as nature itself.
Develop energy, courage, will, coolness, firmness and other qualities of action, by confronting real difficulties.
So many valuable qualities both in daily life and
when faced with dangerous or even dramatic situations.
Since force can serve evil, an ethic must govern the use of acquired force.
This ethic will consist in being able to put one’s own physical capacities and actions at the service of others.
Going beyond mere physical culture, will make it possible to claim a real education.
Nature as a guide
Jumping, running, climbing, lifting, throwing… Our ancestors, but also our children, develop instinctively through these natural movements. Their goal: to become a strong and efficient human being.
Our body and our brain have evolved through and for movement, in a complex natural environment. Our development will be optimal if we cultivate this capacity.
At the time of aesthetic fitness, performance sport, and air-conditioned rooms, we offer you another way of seeing physical training:
Move naturally, develop your potential, get closer to nature and YOUR nature.
You want to train, exchange information, participate in the dissemination…
You are a student, coach, academic, historian, simple practitioner…
You want to testify, provide details…
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