Place a hand on the wall and push yourself off it so you have to take a step to remain upright or turn. Do this from different angles and heights and do this on the fists and than on the elbows (forearm) and the shoulder. This will help you move as a whole and to let the movement pass through your body relaxed and without resistance to change. Next have a partner place a hand on you and push, This can be down on one shoulder, on the head, neck or knee and your job is to go with the push while you give as much support as you want. To get to know this your partner will let go or change abruptly from time to time and you will learn to think with your body for every moment (awareness) for itself and not cast an image of what you think over it. You can do the same with flowing wrestling that changes into hard tense wrestling from time to time and learn to control your tension and movement. As always Breath leads your movement.


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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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