"Always inspiring, the titles!" We commented on this during the lesson.
Equalizing effort in the muscles that flex (front body), that extend (back body); equalizing the work in the muscles between the ribs; hips and shoulders come to lie in same plane. Changes in the tone of the whole self occur.
Watch for tension in the jaw, eyes, face and neck, while you do this lesson. You might learn something about some habitual work you have there. Once you notice it, rather than giving it up right away, try doing what you are doing more. How does it serve you? How does it impact your breathing? Once you know more, then try the movement without the extra work and see if that has a global impact on your sense of your self.
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