The voice in your head is always there. So, rather than wishing it wasn’t, what if you acknowledged it and began to communicate with it the way you like to be communicated with? After all, that voice is you.
Once we have reached the basic level of competence that we can take from our training, how do we evolve as movement teachers to engage our students to learn something more than just “better movement”? Why I teach “Deep Listening” is my answer to this question.