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Many times, in my training, I have been told to move from my center (at least at some schools). I always thought I was. I now know at least some of what that means!!! If only I could get it to happen consistently. All those years of "bend your knees" and "twist your hips" were orthogonal..
Who am I kidding? Only one or two people emphasized this particular area in teaching, ts best, regardless of which of the them actually moved from center.