Keeping my feet on the ground… (Alexander)


We got our Mid-term take-home questions which look to be as self-informative as they are challenging. We did a constructed rest exercise and a bit of regression (baby physical crawling, rolling, reaching for toy, motivation, balancing, standing upright, etc.) Very centering. In particular, this happened: I discovered that in a squat, my heels do not naturally touch the ground. The Professor gently put a hand to my lower back, and now my heels touch the ground, no problem. Hours later, I can drop right into this posture and it is as natural as can be, when before, it was painful to even consider dropping my heels to the ground. It is as if a door has been both unlocked and propped open.


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