A Mindful Fluid Movement Practice

As Emilie Conrad (1934 – 2014), founder of Continuum points out, our tissues shift depending on context. We talk in Continuum classes to alter our conceptual context in which to practice. Without understanding the basics of Continuum, we tend to act by default according to our usual patterns and contexts. We might think about moving an arm, for example, and bend and straighten it as we know how to do. The intention of Continuum, however, includes opening to and challenging ourselves to the new, the unfamiliar, the unknown. Here, then, are some basic concepts and intentions that can support us is deepening under our set patterns and issues into our inherent fluidity.
Inquiring into our Fluid Nature – The Three Tissue Anatomies – Isolation and Health – Fluid Strength, Resilience and Creativity
28 pages – 7.4 MB