NEW TODAY ON WLTV 🌟Join @Sarah_Drai to lead you through the four following sections of the Budokon Primary Series.
👊The foundation of a Budokon practice is the Budokon Yoga Primary Series. This series consists of 7 intelligently assembled sections of slow and controlled movements designed to improve mobility, agility, flexibility and strength. The focus is rather on the 👉transition👈 between each of the poses than on holding the poses for a longer period of time, it’s a ➿➿continuous slow and precise movement ➿➿practice keeping your mind awake and focused on the present moment. Since a lot of the movements are new to most practitioners, find a video for each section in order to go over each new pose and transition.
🤝 Section 4 – The Unification
The battle transition into a unification dance. The Budokon dancing dogs represent the dance between the warrior and its mind. In this section, the warrior becomes one with his mind and is praying for peace with himself.
⚖️ Section 5 – Balance
The warrior seeks to experience true balance. Having unified and become one with the mind, the goal is now to demonstrate the balance between mind, spirit, and body. You’ll learn to transition from a supine position on your mat to a balancing posture on your feet, head and hands.
⚱️Section 6 and 7 – Remembering, Death & Rebirth
In section 6, the warrior remembers the time before the divided mind, the single mind represented by the animal flow. It is a reconnection to earth and to all four for pure playfulness. In section 7, the warrior is prepared to surrender and represents his journey from co**se pause back to the witness of the self.
Budokon Yoga is a hybrid practice bringing together 🧬science, 🎨art, and 🧐philosophy and synchronizing classical yoga with martial arts and calisthenics. This practice was created by @CameronShayne in 2001 and is currently taught by Cameron and his wife @MelayneShane in their @budokonuniversity school in Whitefish Montana and around the world.