Vigilance and Tranquility – Sharon Friedman

All moments can bring us forward. We must let them teach us the lesson or die a little.

Welcome to my school. Together we learn to release what we do not need and embrace our innate intuition and grace through breath, natural movement, physical discussion and humor.

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KNOWING YOUR SPACE

We all practice the knowledge of space when walking, driving, dancing and fighting. Getting to know your own space while in combat gives us the ability to welcome a contact, move away and time the alignment, tension and movement to maintain freedom in a fight or a contact. From the first step each of us … Continue reading KNOWING YOUR SPACE

The lesson of the drum

I often tell my students to avoid acting like a drum. Reacting is also a choice and we can choose otherwise. The drum is passive, makes sound only once hit and makes sound due to the tension of its surface. Like the drum, all of us at times are tense, reactive and it is visible … Continue reading The lesson of the drum