Whether in individual sessions or group courses, we always begin by observing the starting situation.
The practitioner draws attention to different areas of the body, for example while standing or lying down, and to elementary movements such as looking up/down and looking back to the right/left, walking around, etc.
We take stock of the current state of how we perceive our own body. In this way, it is possible to make a subsequent comparison to see what has changed during the session. This may range from a general feeling of how we perceive ourselves before and after, all the way to minutely detailed individual perceptions.

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