Take a look at the similarities between William Gleason Sensei, here at Aikido Eastside, and Laurence Brownlee, singing in Armida at the Metropolitan Opera. Gleason Sensei teaches how specifics of posture and hand position create empowerment.
“I recognize you divine goodness” is the English subtitle for the line Brownlee is singing in Italian.
To what extent are the principles shown here universal? With what significance? Are they limited to the structure of the human body, or what is their wider meaning?
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