Exercises to develop mental and physical balance:
On an unstable, firm surface, watch how you can vary your body’s alignment and regulate its stability from your arch supports.
- Put a packet of rice on your crown and feel how it weighs on your scalp and how it reacts to this “squeeze” with a subtle impulse that you send through the ground.
- Draw a clear line across the depth of your body that connects from top to bottom.
- Organize yourself around it.
- Play with the intensity with which you stand up until you find the path that works best for you.
Plantar support work
- With your feet as parallel as possible, place a soft foam ball (or two pieces of sponge) under each arch of your foot. You can easily recognize it inwards as if it supports the foot’s inner arch, which is most pronounced.
- Dig up the arches of your feet so as not to crush the moss.
(develop mental and physical balance): Then try two simultaneous actions: Dig up the arch while pushing towards the ground with each point of the plantar stand.
Viewing and balancing
- Unroll a long tape on the floor in front of you (it is also possible to follow the tiles or parquet’s path or follow it with your imagination).
- Then step on it like a tightrope walker, respecting it as best you can, carefully keeping your feet forward with each step.
- Go forward on the line and then back out. There is no risk of falling, so be careful how you use your brackets. You can use your arms (and even a light umbrella) for better balance. This way, you can “feel” the upward direction more clearly and anchor yourself to it too.
At the moment it’s not very difficult.
Test your media
In balancing situations (crossing a river from stone to stone, dodging puddles, descending a steep mountain), use your tools: your gaze, calm breathing, the pelvic floor, the counterweights, the directions of space but above all, take care of your supports and don’t abandon one until you’ve installed the next one.
Push yourself off your supports
- Press yourself on a silk fabric that slides with your foot supported as in the photo.
- Align the thrust of your props with the ground to alter your trajectory.
Anchor yourself in your supports
Lay face down on a slippery blanket or skateboard, bend your knees and cross your ankles to keep your feet off.
Using the ground with the help of your hands, create a solid anchor through them from which to move forward, moving your elbows and shoulders.
Effect and counteraction
- Start by feeling your feet and organize yourself to drop your body weight on them passively.
- Feel this weight fill your feet, gently dig the arches and actively project each point of the plantar stand into the ground as if it were taking root.
- Define the terms “getting up” and “getting up from the supports” in your own words.
- Notice how the active use of your bandages erects and aligns your body and joints. See on one foot how the conscious and functional use of your braces affects your joints.
With practice, you will measure this action (very little is enough, but you can make it very clear in your first few experiences.
Know how to flow
Attentive and responsive supports allow you to respond to the changing needs of activities that require balance, such as simply standing or walking.
- Walk as though your supports are caressing the ground.
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