Perpetual Motion is similar to the basic Taffy movement with
a few exceptions.
- There is no pausing in the resting position during the
movement. Once the weight shift and arm movements are
completed in one direction, repeat in the opposite
- The hand and forearm extension is shorter or more
restricted than with basic Taffy.
- The trailing foot is lifted slightly as the weight
shift is completed. So momentarily, all weight is
placed on one leg, one side of the body.
Seek a total feeling of looseness while moving.
Maintain a level head position, avoiding rising up and down
during the movement. As always, maintain an upright body
posture and softness in the knees. Repeat this set
9 times in each direction.