R. Dana

I noticed that the combo of what I did during the day and what we did in class in the evening really helped alleviate the discomfort I was experiencing. One thing I found really interesting was how relaxed I felt after class, and it really got me exploring the idea of ease. I’ve noticed that in order for me to have “good posture” I have to constantly hold a lot of tension in my body. I am wondering if it’s worth holding that tension in order to look “ good” vs feel ease. I really like the idea of moving in a comfortable easy range to create a sense of safety.