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Friday's class was fun. The instructor had us stand in a circle and we then each took turns in rounds to execute techniques. Rather like a salsa dance circle except we're not all doing it at once but rather consecutively. The class range was largely junior with 3 white belts, 3 blue, one brown gold (me ) and a couple of black belts, then two very senior level. It was very interesting getting the feel of different people as usually in my dojo we stick to one partner for each practice session.
I realised that I really need to improve my basic balance even more than my techniques. And I found myself muscling through some techniques because of poor balance/