Buoyant and Balanced

All along the jagged Tuscan coast, they danced to keep their balance. They were weight shifters because that’s what balance is all about. When you feel like you’re falling in one direction, you balance yourself by shifting your weight in the opposite direction. It is a form of yin yang where opposites are meant to be complementary and interconnected. Only by the presence of both directions is balance possible.

The best way of practicing weight shifting is by dancing. So that’s why we dance, dance, dance.

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3 Responses to Buoyant and Balanced

  1. iamaghast says:

    Love it when I find your post in my mailbox!!

  2. iamaghast says:

    💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾love it when I find your post in my mailbox! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻so apropos!

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