In all fairness, some of you may have no idea what I mean by the phrases Flow Breathing and Suspension Support. Despite their descriptive names, they could mean different things.
In preparation for Saturday's 3pm Twitter discussion on those two subjects (and phrases), I am posting two videos I made today; one for Flow Breathing basics (with a hint of applications for it); and one for Suspension Support, which is a bit more of a radical departure from current accepted breathing techniques.
With out belaboring the descriptions, I'll let the videos speak for themselves. But I must apologize ahead of time for their poor production quality. I wanted to release something reasonably substantial (in content, at least) before Saturday's Twitter discussion.
If you use Twitter, I hope you'll join in with your questions and opinions by searching #floB or tweeting it to voice your questions or opinions.
If you don't use Twitter much or at all, you are welcome to comment to this post to ask questions or give opinions.
Flow Breathing lesson, taught from a lying down position -
Suspension Support, developed gradually through a series of (slightly meandering) steps-