Pablo Imani demonstrates Afrikan Yoga water movement called the Movement of Tefnut.

This motion emphasis is on the spine developing sekhem power through the spinal cord and is a moving meditation becoming a large body of water. It is used to cleanse the emotional body. Taken at the Great lake Nalubale also known as Niyahbingi or Victoria – Uganda

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