When I study in the library, I take off my shoes and socks and sit in all sorts of positions. As a result of movement practice in this class, I’ve realized that postural variety is my passive protest against the convention of apparent physical stress in the library. I affirm my unwillingness to be mentally overwhelmed by physically arranging myself differently from my peers who lean forward with hunched shoulders.
- Movement in Class (Prompt 2)
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