That was fascinating. James gives you permission to do things with the muscles that you're busy controlling in other classes. He supports you in finding feeling first: where you want to end up; what you want to accomplish. And gives you new ways of coaxing thought and movement together.
I had experienced the hip tremor before incidentally. I thought it was a sign of weakness and had always muscled through it or dropped to a different position immediately. But once I knew it was a goal, I enjoyed discovering this point of tremor. Will practice again for sure.
Allison O Thank you!! Yes, when you first experience a therapeutic tremor it feels ... alarming. I've even taken a workshops before where they try to convince students that the tremor is weakness and to be avoided at all cost. I'm so glad you've found a new relationship with it ... and yourself. I appreciate your sharing!