In the dynamic morning sequence the emphasis is on actions, movements and doing. The body is divided into parts and concentration is fragmentary moving from place to place. The process challenges inertia and contraction, it reveals tension and where we are holding on.
The afternoon, in contrast to the morning, allows the awareness to spread spontaneously and become non-localized, one becomes aware of, and rests within the feeling of wholeness and completeness. Doer-ship and techniques are abandoned leaving one to rest in stillness and peace.
10am – 4pm