Our body is made to move and to do so daily. Yet sometimes we hold back due to insecurities or fears and we put off starting something that would make us feel good, to a some future, undefined, date.
We lose ourselves in talk, in projects and good intentions that are unlikely to be implemented. And to think, indulging in certain innate inclinations, such as using your body in the way it was intended, should be one of the most natural things in the world.
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” said Mao Tze Tung.
And so all we have to do is take that first step. The first step can be emotional, even before it is taken. Yet once that first step has been taken, you’ll realise that have brought out something that was already inside of you.
It is in using your body that you’ll really discover it and get to know it; you’ll open a dialogue that can never be one way. What will come back to you is a voice with a range of emotions.
If you are ready to release the handbrake, to get up off the couch and to let yourself fall in love with the feeling of your body in movement, you’ll discover that sport is not only “obligation” or “competition”, but is also, in its purest essence, a great way of finding your place in relation to the world.