Opening

  1. Begin in a meditative horse stance.
  2. Place your hands on your hips to act as alignment guides for your shoulders and hips.

Section 1

  1. Slide your left foot toward 6:00 to form a right neutral bow stance facing 12: 00.
  2. Slide your right foot toward your left foot to form a right 45 degree cat stance facing 12: 00 .
  3. Step toward 3:00 with your right foot to form a horse stance.
  4. Step toward 6: 00 with your right foot to form a left neutral bow stance facing 12:00.
  5. Slide your left foot toward your right foot to form a left 45 degree cat stance facing 12: 00 .

Section 2

  1. Slide your left foot toward 6 : 00 to form a right front twist stance .
  2. Pivot counterclockwise to form a right neutral bow stance facing 12:00.
  3. Slide your right foot toward 6:00 to form a left front twist stance.
  4. Pivot clockwise to form a left neutral bow stance facing 12:00.

Section 3

  1. Pivot clockwise to form a left reverse bow stance facing 12: 00.
  2. Pivot counterclockwise to form a left forward bow stance facing 12 : 00.
  3. Slide your right foot beside your left foot to form a concave stance.
  4. Immediately slide your left foot toward 6:00 to form a right neutral bow stance facing 12:00, thus completing your front-to-back switch.
  5. Pivot counterclockwise to form a right reverse bow stance facing 12: 00.
  6. Pivot clockwise to form a right forward bow stance facing 12:00 .

Section 4

  1. Pivot clockwise to form a right front rotating twist stance facing 12 : 00.
  2. Step toward 12 : 00 with your left foot to form a left neutral bow stance, thus completing your twist through  foot maneuver.
  3. Pivot counterclockwise to form a left front rotating twist stance facing 12:00.

 Section 5

  1. Pivot clockwise to form a left fighting horse stance facing 12:00.
  2. Slide your left foot toward 6:00 to form a left 90 degree cat stance facing 12:00.

Closing

  1. Step toward 9:00 with your left foot to form a horse stance facing 12:00.
  2. Cover your right clenched fist with your left open hand .
  3. Close your meditative horse stance.

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