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Body and Mind relaxed practice of floor movements for three to five minutes at a time. This kind of training emphasizes release of connective tissues of the hips, thighs; pelvis and lower spine allow each of us to find a stretch that allows opening as well as flexibility this works well for experienced practitioners of Budo, because I understand the Tensegrity of these structures I use body movement within my therapy practice. In 1985 I began my study of an ancient form of Japanese warrior principles. The Grandmaster of this school was a Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi and was the holder of ancient scrolls of nine schools of martial arts and a school of ancient medicine. His daytime occupation was a Seitai practitioner, which translates to a Japanese form of Osteopathy; allows us to explore sensation with kindness and patience and prepares the body and the mind for longer meditation practices.