How we feel and think together help us. (there are also Patterns)


Yes. Can do. Happy to. Warm and friendly. Yes we can.


We can increase comfort and ability. We can reshape ourselves. We can feel good. You learn that you can and feel hope. I give warm hope together.


Imagine how you want to feel in all ways. Feel how you want to move in all ways. Show your feel to me. Each time together we go toward this.


The minute hand has moved at the same reliable pace all our lives.

We are not digital, and ideas of false measurement surround us and mislead us.

We are analog. To move otherwise leads to hurt.


Things happen. How we mend ourselves makes the biggest difference to our lives. Plan on this. We all will need it. I teach you ways of moving that help mend.


Change is the only constant. Do the changes harm you, or do you direct the changes and adapt? I teach the adapt.


In stress, we ask: “What should I do?” Better to ask: “How can I feel?” Let’s together change the question.

That tight chest is part of the feeling. Move and open. We together relieve your tension. As we reshape ourselves, we open our range of emotion. We expand how we can feel and do.

The deep tension through your inner thigh into your back persists and favors some emotions. And so we move thigh and back and shoulder to release and then you feel better all the way through.


Do the ideas you receive from the world around us help you feel good? For example, how do you feel about aging? Moving well and feeling good help to see beyond received ideas and expectations.

Get into flesh, get out of words and ideas. Feeling good in our flesh and feeling good moving invigorates and frees.


Let’s be open and anew together every time, familiar and comfortable and easy together, and also excited and eager and ready.

In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the expert’s mind there are few.

Shunryu Suzuki – Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind – 1970


If you like piña coladas
And getting caught in the rain
If you’re not into yoga
If you have half a brain

Rupert Holmes – Escape – 1979