Stand up with your feet under you. Press your hands together from the shoulders Press your legs toward each other from the hips Squat in this fashion: Down – 1 inhale Up – 1 exhale Down – one full breath Up – one full breath Down – 2 full breaths Up 2 full breaths Down… Read More FULL TENSION WORK
GIVE YOURSELF SOME TIME TO RELAX UNDER TENSION AND THEN SEE DEEPER INTO YOURSELVES. BREATHE 60 BREATHS IN THE PUSH UP POSITION THEN DO ONE PUSH UP. BREATHE 60 BREATHS HOLDING ONTO THE BAR THEN DO ONE PULL UP BREATHE 60 BREATHS IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SQUAT THEN DO ONE HIGH JUMP BREATHE 60… Read More The wait a minute drill
Here are a series of drills for an easy transition from ground to standing and moving. The hard work is paying attention. Move like a human and things will go your way.
In this video we show how to use the body natural flow of compression and decompression to move with less effort and more as one unit. This can be done over slippery surfaces, when tired or when you do not want to get tired and when in contact. Keep your horizons free.
A clock ticks each second or hums with electricity going through a quartz crystal. We thankfully operate on a different dynamic scale where we can change our perception of time and even act according to our perceptions. Start in a comfortable position and your eyes closed to lower your intake of the outside world. Count… Read More Controlling time
In this video we have two people working together on balance and on joint health with an added value of moving and using only what is needed to gain more awareness and from it, control.
In this video we squat for relaxation. We first tense a part of the leg within the exhale and release on the inhale a few times and then add a relaxation of the legs into a squat and back up to standing. Work on paying attention to excess tension and by that release it to… Read More Squats for relaxation
I came back from the army yesterday and I have a lot more new drills to share. One of the most basic and more giving is to simply stand with your legs under your hips and lower your upper body upright a few centimeters down while maintaining a relaxed and free feeling in the hips… Read More