By Vincent Kurmaer, 8 May 2013
From Thursday 18th April until Sunday 21st April 2013, Subrosa Systema had again the pleasure to host a seminar with the world famous Konstantin Komarov.
The seminar itself was less challenging physically than our first edition since we didn’t have to walk as much. What was much more challenging of course was the weather but, as requested, everybody came prepared this time; well at least psychologically because a few people spent the four days in wet running shoes…this definitely built up a strong spirit which is key in any difficult situation whether be to survive in the wild or in a violent confrontation.
The team exercises were really great to everyone and made a strong emphasis on the importance to communicate and assign tasks in order to complete any specific mission. I also thought that this Work in the Woods spent a greater amount of time on re-learning how to listen to what our body is telling us in different situations and trust this inner feeling to better orient our actions. The forest at night is a particularly suited environment to practice this type of skills and they can later be applied anywhere and in all aspects of our lives.
So again, thanks to all the brave participants of this camp for your good spirit and hard work. Each of you, in your own way, have contributed to its success!