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  1. In pairs students will touch fingertips.
  2. They will start by both leading each other around the room, going slowly, being aware of the other people in the room.
  3. Then one partner will close their eyes and the other will lead their partner around the room, again only with fingertip contact, no words.
  4. After they switch, letting the other partner lead, they will both close their eyes. Encourage trust, exploration of space, and awareness of the group as a whole.
  5. In more advanced versions, you can explore movement on many levels, speeds and shapes.

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