It is a term that makes sense to me. Grace has so many levels. There is the grace of elegance like that in Princess Grace or Lady Diana: in their poise but also in their kindness and warmth. There is the grace of a bird playing in whirling winds or a seedling stretching itself with its new green to meet the sun.
Grace can imbue the body with health and free movement. And it can fill the mind and heart with clarity and fullness of expression. And loving kindness.
As a Heilpraktikerin doing manual and other therapies with the body, I see grace as a goal, physically: to help bring the body in a state of balanced self-expression and function which is relevant to its particular form. Looking at the whole person is an essential part of the work toward this goal. And that means also looking at how the mind works.
This is essential for me as a meditation teacher, to support a grace in thought: through regular meditation and concentration practice, to recognise and transform old structures that are not useful, and with this to influence the larger electromagnetic system which in turn influences the physical body.
As a natural extension of my meditation practice, I use energy work to bring an experience of spirit into thought, feeling and physicality. The grace of spirit can provide an endless source of stability and expansion on many levels. That, for me, is the highest level of grace in form.