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Witchual Workout 103: Asklepios (Asclepius)

Welcome to the Witchual Workout with Laura Tempest Zakroff – a ritually-inspired movement experience designed to get us moving a bit more on a daily basis. 5 days a week, we’ll have a different magical focus and build up our stamina and body exploration.

It’s Wednesday, so we’re looking to the divine again for our theme. Today’s inspiration is Asklepios (Asclepius) – Greek god of medicine, a son of Apollo. He is often depicted with a staff that has a serpent spiraling around it. We are going to use a very simple hand/arm sequence to tap into this healing energy, so you can do this seated – and there isn’t the usual warm-up. You can use what we go over today to combine it with larger movements, or just keep it simple.

Thumbnail painting is by me and was a special commission.

“Kirina’s Theme” [Bamboo Flute Version) by Kodo – Tataku: The Best of Kodo, Vol 2. (1994-1999)

Posted on December 16, 2020 by A.J. Drew
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