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Moving with Continuous flow in Stationary Self Space Whether you select movement initiated by one body part, or two (a duet), three (a trio), four (a quartet) or more body parts simultaneously, the following checklist should help you as you practice providing an exemplary movement model for your students. (Your students might find this list helpful for practicing if you are going to assess their flow movements!) _____ Are you breathing? _____ Does your whole body bend, move with flexibility to support emphasized body part(s)? _____ Are you initiating movement from the intended body part(s) rather than simply moving that part? _____ Are your knees bent? _____ Are you moving continuously? _____ Are your movements occurring in circular and curvy pathways? Are you showing SPACE by stretching out your bubble in every direction. Specifically, are you
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Unformatted text preview: _____ showing a variety of levels up and down? _____ lunging out in your sphere to stretch the bubble (without traveling)? _____ remembering to use the space that is behind you? _____ showing open-ness and closed-ness as you flow? _____ controlling the balance of your body as you flow? _____ Can you control the tempo (TIME) of your continuous movement? _____ Can you control the resistance (WEIGHT) of your continuous movement? _____ Does your model, overall provide a compelling, exaggerated model for your students (who will respond initially with less than you provide)? _____ If you ‘freeze,’ are you ‘oozing’ energy that is flowing through you and waiting to move you? _____ Are you having fun? TGM Revised Spring 2006 - Reynolds, A. M....
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