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Agility, Stefka Nikolova (follow-up activities)Agility, Veronika Kaneva


Start with song the new born day;
Song is light upon your way.
(Repeat from “Start”)
Like butterflies we spread our wings,
Raising each hand a new blessing brings.
Graceful our bodies thus will grow
Golden seeds of future beauty now we sow.
(Repeat from “Graceful”)
Lively as when brooklets flow,
Thus our minds and hearts will grow,
So we dance each day to be graceful, beautiful and free.
(Repeat from “Lively”) 

 Agility relates to the ability to solve our task as set in exercise 17 “Square” using the “female” approach. We perform softness, tenderness, gentleness, mildness, tact, care, flexibility. We try to be diplomatic, agile, in the language of gesture we look from all perspectives, turn in all directions, arms and hands make undulating movements, fold and touch. Some examples of the soft and flexible approach:

  • water, magnetism  in nature;
  • using mild, kind words;
  • in relationships showing mildness, tactfulness;
  • approaching an issue by getting around before you reach to the point.
Exercises 17-21 are related thematically as a group. In 17.Square we have a problem situation, a task. With 18.Beauty and 19.Agility we work to solve it using the hard and the mild approach. In 20.Conquering we solve and overcome it.  With 21.The Joy of the Earth we perform the joy for the achieved.

“This exercise begins with fluid movements of the arms and legs, first facing the centre of the circle and then turning with your back to the centre. This exercise is a continuation to the previous one – soft, curved lines are at work. The feminine principle that processes the square is at work here. This is magnetism.” [Beinsa Douno, Paneurhythmy, p.80]


Agility, Lenka SzotkowskaAgility, Gabiela Jonczy



1. Text: What are the imahes of agility in the text? Write in your own beautiful words a sentence/ essay/ poem about softness, mildness, flexibility.

2. Drawing: Draw an illustration how you/an animal/a plant overcomes an obstacle on the way (a high wall, water etc.) by going around it. Draw and illustration of the exercise.

3. Questions: How would you describe the traditional “female” approach? What are the “female” and "male" qualities in everyone? What can water achieve with its softness and flexibility?

4. Experience: Tell us of situations and experiences when you have solved a situation by being mild and flexible. What is the feeling?

5. Imagination: Imagine while you play the exercise that you are like a butterfly that can fly over all obstacles on the way.

6. Affirmations: Write your own positive affirmation for Agility. For example: I can be mild and flexible.

7. Quotes: Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it (Lao Tzu). Find your own favourite quote for Agility.


Agility, Petka (Petra Godulova)Подвижност, Мариета Стойчева