Using wights in your learning:

Take two buckets of water and start to walk very slowly. Move so the water doesn’t move in the buckets and relax your body as much as you can. just keep yourself upright and breathe. Now sit down and get up a few times with as little movement in the water as possible and if you have a partner have him push you and use a stick to help you relax by hitting you from all sides and especially your legs and feet.

Take a long stick or a big hammer and hold it using both hands. Now use your structure to to create support for this mass and start to walk around freely. Sit down, lie down roll on the ground and get up again all while holding the stick with both hands and note the tension in your fingers, your palms and arms. Breath and relax your face as you move and let your eyes see what is in front of them without trying to see for the feet as well. Let the feet feel the ground. Now with a partner have them move the stick in your hands in any way they wish and perhaps even tie a rope around it and use this for extra reach. Move to keep the stick in your hands as you allow the movement to pass through you without attaching a meaning or importance to it.  

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Sharon Friedman

Student and teacher of movement and Martial art. Husband and Father. I can rebuild you, I have the technology :)

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