Perfect Balance Phase IV: Time to Work

Where are you on the tightrope of life?

The “real” purpose of my Arizona trip was to work, and the time has come to do just that.  There was no mistake in the scheduling; it was orchestrated as it should be.  Travel.  Get butt kicked.  Travel.  Have spiritual and introspective time.  Travel.  Teach.  Teach about balance. 

We’re making a few changes on the presentation of information with this group.  As I regroup the term “weight shift” keeps popping into my mind.  Balance is great, but movement is about constant weight shift and the ability to balance in the new position.  Mobile stability…stable mobility. 

This week I do believe my focus should be on teaching the art and science of balance, and then mobilizing those skills to make the next step.

And as always, one should teach and lead by example.   

Until next time…subtle shift.

About Lisa Jamison

Welcome! I'm Lisa, and I specialize in Integrated Somatic Therapies. I'm a Compassionate Inquiry Practitioner, Coach/Trainer, Body Worker, Yoga Therapist, Breathwork facilitator, educator, and all around great gal (not necessarily in that order!). I thrive on watching people move, both in sport/activity as well as how one maneuvers the world. Professionally I can help you do that with more grace, ease, and efficiency...AND help you determine those pesky limitations, often from adverse experiences/trauma. It's about eliminating the stresses on your body and teaching you a new way. Physically. Cognitively. Emotionally. Body, mind, and spirit.
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2 Responses to Perfect Balance Phase IV: Time to Work

  1. john says:

    As a “plodder” I’m guessing my weight shifts would feel more like tremors or aftershocks of a large earthquake. Any thoughts on being more efficient??? Think on likes of an antelope… That would be nice!!!

  2. Lisa Jamison says:

    Any thoughts, you ask. Why, of course! Running is just balancing on one leg at a time, shifting, and balancing again. Repeatedly. Quickly. While propelling yourself forward. Identify the problem in that sequence and fix it. And like the junkies we are, we keep going, looking for our next good stride…

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