Updated: Dec 19, 2018
It’s hard to believe that season one is almost over!
We have two episodes left to air and just like that Rough Haus Season One is in the books.
It seems like just yesterday that we were filming for Episode 1.
Looking back on the season it really has been a whirlwind. A ton of fun, and a TON of work. I have a new found appreciation for the hours and the commitment put in by people in the television and movie production industry. There is so much that goes on behind the scenes to get to that final product that you see on your TV!
Every person on the Rough Haus team makes a difference. There is always someone to bounce ideas off of, scout locations with, film, train…you name it. At any time of day or night. (Seriously, it’s like these people never sleep!).
Rough Haus has been a collaborative endeavor from the start. We began this project knowing it would be a challenge to dive into television production.
But we are always up for a challenge!
We are passionate about the training we do and the lifestyle it encourages, and we wanted to share it with you! We love meeting new people, connecting and collaborating and being surprised and inspired by those around us. We wanted to do more of that, and to let other people share in it too!
Our goal was simple enough. We wanted to share what we do with you. To create a platform for things that are outside of the box. To give you a window into something you may not have known existed. And to test the waters.
In Movement Methods we got to touch on the way I train and teach. We explored Tummo breathing, Forest Bathing, Harimau Conditioning, and breath work…just to name a few things off of the top of my head. And this is just the tip of the ice berg. Movement Methods is an ever evolving practice, and it is something I love and LOVE to share with others.
We got to film in some beautiful locations, and really test ourselves! I am really proud of what we were able to accomplish, but there is so much more. In hindsight there are some things I would have done differently, but ultimately this challenge has helped me to evolve my practice and I wouldn’t change that for anything.
The show is just a fraction of what Rough Haus really is. It is a microcosm of a much larger entity.
And the way we share it will continue to evolve as it does. We hope you will join us for the journey, and welcome you to check out our stomping grounds and get a closer look!
Rough Haus is an awesome platform for building our community, and we look forward to growing with you in the next phase.