WALK THE WALL 100 STEPS WITH YOUR FISTS ON THE WALL SIDE TO SIDE 100 STEPS WITH YOUR FEET ON THE WALL SIDE TO SIDE 100 STEPS WITH YOUR FISTS ON THE WALL UP AND DOWN 100 STEPS WITH YOUR FEET ON THE WALL UP AND DOWN 100 STEPS WITH YOUR FISTS ON THE WALL… Read More Wall walking
Thunder rolls over the landscape. It goes into every opening and shakes and affects what is in its wake. Thunder is of course the outcome of lightening so we must approach our striking movement in the same manner. One of the other qualities of thunder that goes without saying is that it is not affected… Read More ROLLING THUNDER
An automatic clock is a work of art. Each wheel connects smoothly with another and the movement seems seamless. It still depends on the start and stop of the movement as we are not any different. We breathe in and out with pauses and the spring drive of our entire body works to keep us… Read More Notes from Class: Contact continuity
GENERAL INSTRUCTION: Each movement starts with the breath. Breath dictate tempo. Avoid locking your joints. Move smoothly. Noise is for performance. Tension is a tool. Use the right amount. Less is more. Technical: perform each workout three times a week. Preferably with a day in between. WEEK 1 WALK ON YOUR FISTS 30 double steps… Read More 21 DAY RESILIENCE CHALLENGE
Here are three drills for better striking. Remember it is better to avoid getting struck than developing a thick hide. There is always a blade somewhere. Lean with your fists on the wall or the ground depending on your current energy level. Start moving your head from side to side with the tempo of… Read More Three drills for better striking
Let’s have some practical fun while gaining deeper awareness health and ability. Stand and have a partner place a fist on your stomach. Exhale and relax your frame to drape over the fist and rise up with your inhale. Repeat while reversing your breath and for different angles and locations on your front. Stand… Read More Fist ups
Place your body in the push up position on your fists. Keep your torso aligned and breathe. Count sixty breaths as slowly as your body allows. Feel each phase of breathing and only move on when the need arises. Let your pulse come into your awareness all over the body. Let the tension leave naturally… Read More Breath meditation – The long sixty
It is as easy to forget ourselves as it is easy to wake up. Here are a progression of work to wake up our shoulders hips and spine and bring about greater freedom and health in movement and in thought. Let your breath lead the movement in both tempo and depth. Start standing with your… Read More Notes from class: Spinal Freedom
In this video we learn to move and also how to hit with continuous movement and lack of excess tension and holes in awareness. The work is healthy and relaxed.
Here are just a few minutes from Relaxed Speed Saturday. The idea is to move as people thinking feeling and making choices.