Crulse It Out


All it takes are these three simple steps to build a solid foundation for getting fit. With a few simple tools you find or make on your own, you will be on your way toward your natural state of being.

1. Getting Started


  1. Start with teaching the hands.
  2. Then teach the feet.
  3. When hands and feet are competent, they will help with teaching the spine.

2. Your Space


  1. Find a comfortable, spacious area that fits each practice.
  2. Make sure safe from obstructions.
  3. Be respectful of others and property.

3. Your Tools


Hand Stone:

  1. Find a smooth river rock stone about the size of your palm.
  2. Flat and oval stones will work the best to start.

Hand Strand:

  1. You will need a 36-inch strand of leather or paracord; it can be longer or shorter.
  2. Create a loop and slip knot on one end.
  3. Tie a knot on the other end.

Bed Stone:

  1. Find a smooth rock about the size of three palms.
  2. Oval and semi-round work best to start.

Spine & Foot Rope:

  1. You will need a 1/2 to 3/4, or more, diamond braid rope. Cut to a little over 8 inches your arms width. Your arm width is spread eagle from fingertip to fingertip.
  2. Tie knots in ends to meet just at thumb grip on both hands at your arm width.