Solo and partner work complement each other. Here is a coupling of those drills that come to bring the rolling thunder of freedom of movement. SOLOish Have two partners hold onto your wrists (or keep your arms in the air…) and roll you forward and backwards from standing to the ground and back. Repeat the work… Read More Notes from Class: Rolling thunder
How to teach your kid to act and resist abduction and live a full life TRUST You must place trust in your kid and work in a way that there is communication between you. Trust allows your kid to tell you he feels something is wrong and the family gains the synergy or working… Read More How to teach your kid to act and resist abduction and live a full life
Ground engagement is often taught as a survival skill instead of an integral part of natural movement. It is joy and pashion that fuel us in the best of ways. Roll and enjoy the movment so you can keep on developing and living instead of surviving. And now to the movement/thought behind it: MASS SHIFTING… Read More ROLLING COURSE 101
Playing with what is in front of you creates new movement and thoughts. Don’t worry about looking good. Feel good.
We move. We feel and we think. It is the definition of life. The thing starts to get complicated when we separate qualities from each other and instead of putting everything in the same mix, We place them into boxes without knowing how they all work together. We are bone and blood. Connective tissue and… Read More stability and fluidity
DO 1 roll within one exhale. 1 roll within two exhales. 1 roll within three exhales. 1 roll within four exhales. This gives you more awareness to each point of the roll and allow you to EVOLVE it with awareness instead of tension. DO next 1 roll within one exhale. 2 roll within one exhale.… Read More Practice needs both more and less movement at the same time to reach the end goal
Lie on the ground and place all four limbs and head in the air. Move from being face up to down and back again and travel from place A to B in as many ways as you can. Now add a partner who will work to push and pull you toward point B (anywhere from… Read More Whole body movement
To engage a child you do not need to forbid something but to engage in something or intrest or worth. When rolling note how the head and eyes are free to move and removed from harm when you point one finger upwards and look at the finger throughout the roll. This way you learn to… Read More Keeping the eyes and head clear during rolls