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    A happy heart. Mobile and centered at the same time.
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    Sequence 1
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    Sequence 2
    • I-Exercises 2 (12min)
      12:15
      ViA-I (2) English.mp4
    • List of exercises
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    • I-Exercises 3 (13min)
      12:58
      ViA-I (3) English.mp4
    • List of exercises
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    Double sequence 1-2
    • I-Exercises 1-2 (21min)
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      ViA-I (1-2) English.mp4
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    Double sequence 2-3
    • I-Exercises 2-3 (24min)
      24:31
      ViA-I (2-3) English.mp4
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    Mammoth-Sequence 1-2-3
    • I-Exercises 1-2-3 (33min)
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      ViA-I (1-2-3) English.mp4
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    Conclusion of the course
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Introduction

In the eurythmy exercises for I (I pronounced as in It) we practice experiencing our “happy heart” and do exercises which strengthen our balance as well as our spine and in so doing our ability to stay centered and mobile simultaneously. This also supports our ability to hold our own on a daily basis.

In this course you find 15 different exercises developed out of the manifold possibilities of I. We apply these exercises in our ABSR courses, as a remedy for the many forms of nervousness and in our courses for people suffering from hypersensitivity. In each of the three sequences we show you a different variation of an exercise, each having other requirements and results.

Eurythmy strengthens our body awareness and leads you into a dialogue with the body. In becoming aware of the resonance between and after the exercises you learn to pay attention to the life-forces. The life-body is given space, the life-forces are strengthened and you connect yourself with your personal potential.

Please pay attention to the following when exercising:

As everywhere in life, when engaging in sport or working, it is important to vary and avoid overdoing things. If you notice that the exercises have a positive effect and you wish to do them regularly, we recommend that to do so with care and that you do not neglect other exercises and activities.

Should you have questions or further interest you will find links to eurythmists and eurythmy therapists who will be willing to help you on www.eurythmy4you.com. Should you have therapeutic need we advise you to contact a doctor or eurythmy therapist.

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Eurythmy exercises for joining in.

In the eurythmy exercises for I (I pronounced as in It) we practice experiencing our “happy heart” and do exercises which strengthen our balance as well as our spine and in so doing our ability to stay centered and mobile simultaneously. This also supports our ability to hold our own on a daily basis.

The I Join in Exercises are the third sequence of exercises in the series Vowels in Action (ViA). In this course you find 15 different exercises developed out of the manifold possibilities of I. In each of the three sequences we show you variations of an exercise with each variation having other aspects and effects.

In order to allow you to practice for longer we have combined the single sequences to two half-length sequences and to one mammoth sequence. This allows you to practice intensively and soon enjoy the positive effects on your wellbeing.

Here you go to the courses:    A in Action    E in Action   O in Action   U in Action   Ei in Action   Au in Action