Direction and Movement

Release is followed by direction. That means we consciously allow our muscles to lengthen and widen into their natural state. This in itself creates a state of alertness and readiness that is essential for the right response.

As we discover how helpful directions are for our everyday movements, we will experience a balanced, restful state of mind and body. A balanced body which is not pulled down by unnecessary tension is the true vehicle for movement. A relaxed mind is essential for making the right choices and reasoned responses.

As direction leads us into movement, we experience fluidity, freedom and ease.