Welcome to Studio Cleaning!
Whether generalized relational cuing has made perfect sense to you for more than a year now, or you really need a tune-up,
here's our Studio Cleaning activity for March 6, 2020!
First, we'll review how a GRC sentences are built using this info, below. Read the info below and let your trainer know if you have questions!
Second, observe how several GRC sentences create a move, or cue. These can be combined in order to create new cues, moves, or "combos." Read Table V1, below, left to ride, like a calendar or a book: Starting at top left, reading left to right, and beginning again next line down. This table illustrates how GRC cues create moves such as spine waves, and these moves can be repeated and danced. GRC cues, such as spine waves, are also used in GRC to create additional moves, such as spine circles. Let your trainer know if you have questions!
Third is a group activity to practice building GRC sentences (using guinea pigs)! Read the instructions and let your trainer know if you have questions!
Fourth, an activity to practice connecting cues into combos, and brief discussion about why Frestyl lessons must always include three components!