Watch this Cheetah movement in slow motion produced by National Geographic.  It is a perfect example of how to move with ease, power, grace and determination. Watch how the cheetah never varies it eyes from the prey, balances its forward trajectory with its tail and how gingerly it places it paws on the ground. The coordination of movement shows how fluidly the front and rear legs work together along with the torso elongating and shortening with each cycle of movement. I am presenting this video as an example of principles of the practice of Continuum Moving Inquiry and the inward and outward movement that is inherent in each breath.

Fluid Movement of a Cheetah


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