There is often a tendency to think that when we speak of range of motion in the joints we are referring to moving each joint to its maximum. In this sequence of 30 minutes the idea is to explore the different ways in which we can move the joints in our body. We can also use this practice as a way to observe how the movements in one part of the body are connected with other joints and muscles.
As usual, our attitude is to investigate with clarity, patience and fluidity the breathing and movements in this practice. Trust that you will receive all the benefits following these suggestions:
Do what you can, no more, no less.
Let go of struggle, tension and unnecesary effort.
Favor simple and fluid movements.
Breathe with soft and easy inhalations and exhalations.
Enjoy the practice with a gentle smile.
During and after practice feel its effects on your body, mind, emotional state and breathing.
What happens when you practice this sequence several times, maybe every two or three days?
I hope that you enjoy your practice.
I hope you enjoy the practice and that it offers you some benefits.