July 17th, 2007

Video Exercise: Fluid Balance

Download this Episode! Throughout your study you will be introduced to concepts that, by their very nature, challenge, inspire and push into mastery. Two of those concepts are fluidity and balance. Fluidity is the art of transcending from one thing to another, while balance is the idea of always staying neutral. Never too heavy or too soft, aggressive or too passive, yang or yin. How would you benefit if while you testing and stretched the limits of your balance you focused on fluidity? Filmed amongst the beautiful red rocks of Sedona, Arizona, Chief Instructor Joe Dearman offers some insight into this very intriguing question. [flv:http://www.sanchinsystems.com/mastersdojo/videos/7-13-07_sedona.flv 420 280] Throughout your study you will be introduced to concepts that, by their very nature, challenge, inspire and push into mastery. Two of those concepts are fluidity and balance. Fluidity is the art of transcending from one thing to another, while balance is the idea of always staying neutral. Never too heavy or too soft, aggressive or too passive, yang or yin. How would you benefit if while you testing and stretched the limits of your balance you focused on fluidity? Filmed amongst the beautiful red rocks of Sedona, Arizona, Chief Instructor Joe Dearman offers some insight into this very intriguing question. How has the exercises and concepts of this video benefited you? Please share your questions and thoughts by adding to the discussion below:

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