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‘To be sensitive is to be alive.’ Vanda Scaravelli

our one task in practice is not to aim for a particular shape but to undo tension in the body, allowing our breath and body to move freely, without strain.

here are three ideas to try:

let the movements of your springy feet free your legs all the way up to the pelvis and lower body…

let the movements of your loose, open hands free your arms to the shoulders, rib cage and upper body…

let your easy flowing breath play along your spine and watch the subtlety of the ripple your spine makes.

‘There is no such thing as an ideal template to which you must force your body to conform. There are only feelings, sensations, and awareness. Let them continue to be your primary guide.’
Will Johnson