Continuum, Part 4: Diaphragm Jellyfish
Our body comes out of the sea. Discovering the elements, creatures, and movements that are still alive in us, communicating their wisdom in these pulsating, waving, undulating choreographies. In a sitting position, noticing the baseline. Especially the space around your breath and diaphragm moving. Bring a couple of "Puffed O's" into the area of your diaphragm (or simply a hum, if you haven't learned that sound yet). Feel the ripples of the sound inviting the diaphragm-jellyfish to have its play. As long as it takes, before coming back to baseline again. Volker was authorized as Continuum Teacher and practitioner by Emilie Conrad in 2012. He is founding member of the Continuum Teachers Association.