Continuum, Part 6: Gravity
After the Continuum Playground /Jungle Gym in part 5, we gonna bring it in this video further in evolution: Hanging from a chair or floating. You can also use any other object that calls your attention in order to change your angle to gravity, like pillow under your side or butt. Playing in this way is not only strengthening our muscular system, but also brings incredible twists, space and balance for spine, psoas, neck. Next to that it is activating our lymphatic system and in that way helps cleansing the body. Did somebody say "Fun"? Of course!! That too! In the video you see some starting positions for engaging with the chair, either together with the HU-breath or as a slow movement exploration. Less is more, start slow, and make sure you always feel the support of the ground! (Practice is on your own risk.) From the chair it can go into an open movement exploration afterwords. You can layer it, starting all over from position one (on the ground). Or layer it with any other sequence you did before. Take as much time as you feel like. Coming back to your baseline and rest, in order to integrate. Have fun! Volker was authorized as Continuum Teacher and practitioner by Emilie Conrad in 2012. He is founding member of the Continuum Teachers Association.