Finger Technique: Creepy Crawlers
Creepy Crawlers, one of eight Nia finger techniques, offers self-healing and conditioning benefits to your fingers, hands, wrists and upper body. This move trains you to direct movement by tuning into the sensation of mobility, a continuous movement of all ten fingers. Use creepy crawlers to release energy into the space around you. Continue below for tips and video.
Tips: Be sure to include your thumbs and knuckles in your movement to integrate your hands. Add variety by turning your hands up, down and in different directions as you imaging tickling the space all around you. Watch and move to the video below to bring this finger technique alive!