It is worth sharing the take-away from today's mirroring exercise. Today we split into pairs and practiced "parting the mane" with a partner as a mirror. We all tried to move at the same pace, coordinating with the speed and ability of the slower partner. Because each person was concerned about the other person, we got a chance to stop thinking about ourselves for a second; and, in doing so, took the pressure off. Ironically, the person who was "waiting" for the other, actually held back the part of us that often gets in the way. We have a hard time slowing down ourselves, but an easier time waiting for another to pace along with us. As a result, both partners found a relative balance and that was absolutely awesome. Almost universally, each person's form and style improved and we came away feeling rather refreshed. In waiting for another, your practice took a step forward; and for those being waited upon, you learned getting it right was more important than speeding it up. Now, that's the kind of progress I like to write about! Nice work, folks.