What Is Known Is Dead
What is known is dead. Life, vibrancy is living in the unknown and creating the moment.
One thing that I think holds a lot of both teachers and practitioners back from evolving is an adherence to a certain way of doing things. For instance a lot of teachers, when teaching handstand teach a specific methodology: first you do this, then you do this, then you do that. But every body that’s presented is different. I’m going to teach handstand differently to someone with tight shoulders verses someone with a flexible low back verses someone with tight hips verses someone with a strong core. All of these people have different talents that they are brining to the table and different weaknesses and in being present with each student individually we can figure out how to use their individual body to get toward their goal a little bit more efficiently. It’s a matter of being present.