In this day and age, we spend a lot of time separated from our bodies. We often sit down for long periods of time, drive our cars in traffic, and live our lives with our minds on many other important things that do not include our bodies. We lose track of how our bodies feel, what our muscles feel like when they are contracted, what we feel like when we are tight, loose, or where we have pain. Then we try to get back to exercise we haven’t done in a while, without this mind body connection we have an increased likelihood of injury or burnout.
What if we could use our bodyweight to learn about movement, to remind our bodies all the ways it can move, and to remind ourselves all the joy we can feel from moving. Let’s go back to basics and ensure we have the stability and quality in all of our movement.