Place your hands at the back of your neck and lace your fingers together. Now have a partner move you about. Pull your head back from behind, lift one of your legs and and shove your hips down. This is a drill to teach you to relax in hard positions and keep moving and relaxing in it. Move slowly at first and remember it is a person you are working with and move from there. Think of the smallest movement you can make to align yourself or to effect your partner. Move on your knees and than standing up and change all the time.

Other positions:
1 Arms tied behind your back
2 Legs tied together
3 Hands tied in front of you
4 Elbows tied behind the back
5 Hands in pockets
6 One hand tied behind the back to the other over the shoulder

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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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