Start with one partner standing and the other moves around him and closer and further all the time keeping at least one limb on him without any pressure and simply sliding on his or her form. Let the breath start each movement and relax your form from your joints to your tendons to your tissue. Continue to posing your partner in any way such as one arm up and repeating the drill to find how you can move inside his form and use the no eyes method as well to become more aware of your skill and different feelings here.
Continue to squatting a few centimeters and doing the same work while minding that your eyes are free to look where your body is heading (or is it the other way around) and avoiding focusing on the partner and in thus fixating and levering your own movement.
Continue to doing the same work in different heights while your partner slowly changes form and placement and now work on letting the arms and legs roll and slide on his body and limbs and head so as to release the point of contact and making it float and move around according to the movement and tension you feel in yourself and in your partner.
Continue to work where you are on one leg and find out how you can still move even if you are on one leg without leaning on your partner.
Continue to working where there is no contact between you and the partner and it is formed when you are contacted by him and after that you enter where his body is.

Remember to breath and smiling is allowed.

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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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