recently we have been lowering our sights.
We have begun where we will eventually end – on the ground.
This has been a liberating experience and an education in itself. The ground can often be a neglected or relegated to a purely supporting role (roll).
We have been exploring involving the ground as a third party in our practice. At times there has been an exquisite parity in the feeling of opening to the ground in the way we endeavour to open to our partners. The ground too becomes suggestive of new possibility.
It has been good to experiment with being sat or lying as our default position rather than standing.