The Axis Syllabus Research Meshwork's mission is an anti-authoritarian, humanitarian effort to bring fundamental knowledge about the body to everyone, to decentralise expertise, empowering each to be proactive in the defence of their own health. Our mission transcends petty prejudices, whether biological, ideological or political.
As a member you declare your intent to represent the ASRM, which includes upholding our humanitarian initiative, applying our consent and non-imposition ethic as well as contributing to the research and editing process going into the Axis Syllabus.
Your weight, skin colour, ethnicity, economic class, political party, religion, gender, sexual orientation or medical status is irrelevant to the AS mission to transmit useful, life-quality enhancing information. Teachers of the AS share the ethic to propose rather than impose, in the full awareness that the participant is sovereign.
You do not have to be a teacher of the AS to share it.
As long as you engage in respectful discourse and do not call yourself an AS teacher, you may use the information compiled in the Axis Syllabus as you see fit.
If you want to officially represent and participate in this mission, consult this page for the process.
ASRM hubs around the world are listed here.
If you want to represent the ASRM, like the certified teachers listed below, you will want to become a candidate for certification through our mentorship process.
Your membership in the ASRM is without cost, although donations for forum maintenance are welcome.
Contact the AS certified teacher of your choice to set up your mentorship process.
Certification to represent the ASRM is given to those who:
Understand and uphold the ASRM mission
Are fluent in the content and pedagogical application of the AS
Have acquired excellent movement skills
Add research to the AS data base
Organize AS events
Mentor students and candidates for certification
Michelle Nayeli Bouvier
Daniel de Luca