According to filmmaker and production manager, Tsz Wai Ngai, when it comes to creating a great Animal Flow video, what matters most is not the lighting, location or production quality. It’s being uniquely you.
On August 28th 2022, thousands of Animal Flow enthusiasts from almost 40 countries will gather together in groups, in real life or online, to celebrate the second annual IAFD. We’d love you to join us. Find a Jam near you.
After months of isolation due to protracted lockdowns, Nikki Rubino and Simon Yuen hatched a plan to bring some much-needed connection to their worlds. This is what happened on their Animal Flow road trip.
In Part 1 of Flowing with the Family, we looked at the powerful influence that parents can have when it comes to inspiring their kids to move. In Part 2, we talk to three young Flowists, Ezra, Janka and Marcus, about the impact AF has on their worlds.
A staggering 80% of kids and teens aged 5 – 17 don’t get enough physical activity each day. A complex combination of factors influence activity levels in childhood and beyond–but it ultimately starts with the family.
Taking your physical activity outdoors is not only free and convenient, it’s also loaded with scientifically-proven benefits for your mind and body. Here’s what you need to know about taking your Animal Flow practice outside.
When your body is connected to itself from the ground up, everything else you do stands on the strongest of foundations. We like to think of Animal Flow as the ‘glue’ that helps hold all of your activities together–from sports to corporate life, and everything in between. Here are eight pursuits from all walks of life that benefit from AF.
What is an Animal Flow ‘Jam’? Will I be good enough? Will I be able to keep up? Master Instructor Madeline Berky breaks down her first Jam experience and discovers that what happens at the intersection of fun and challenge yields more than just a sweaty body.
It’s how you engage, not simply how much you engage, that creates a healthy, balanced approach to social media. We’re sharing nine Instagram accounts that members of the Animal Flow Team follow for inspiration, information and entertainment.