• Laurie Swigart

MIRROR MOVEMENT

Jim Bowman


Work in pairs. Decide to is A and who is B. A begins the movement as the pair stands facing each other. B follows or Mirrors, the movements. The idea is not to fool each other, but to become a unit moving together. On signal, B takes over the movement. Eventually, you should not be able to tell who is leading.

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