As humans, we intrinsically posses a Sense of Motion: a kinesthetic attentiveness of the body in motion and at rest. When applied to movement methodology, this “Seventh Sense” progresses us from “Awareness to Instinct”: from feeling three-dimensional to embodying three-dimensional. Just as we can intelligently hone and train our other senses, we can recruit the intellect to command the body. Through this mindful movement, we change our muscle memory to promote positive patterns, thereby creating easeful movement and productive rest.
As we become more aware of our Sense of Motion, we not only gain strength
in our body, but we achieve strength of the mind and spirit.