"Indifference has two aspects: the undifferenciated abyss, the black nothingness, the indeterminate animal in which everything is dissolved - but also the white nothingness, the once more calm surface upon which float unconnected determinations like scattered members: a head without a neck,an arm without a shoulder, eyes without brows. The indeterminate is completely indifferent, but such floating determinations are no less indifferent to each other. Is difference intermediate between these two extremes? Or is it not rather the only extreme, the only moment of presence and precision?"
-- Gilles Deleuze , Difference and Repetition
Work with clean lines of energy and patterns of precision through this strength building slow-flow that will get your legs burning. Ease into reclining twists and hamstring opening. Mobilize and stabilize your spine with lateral bends, forward bends, twists, and backbends. Explore movement in six different ranges of motion and work at creating a sense of both, lightness and strength.