- Alexander Yanai Vol 5
- Reel 16, Track 4, Lesson 4
- This lesson, in supine, combines side-bending and extension. The hand on the same side reaches underneath the foot, grasping the heel, the arch, or between the toes. The foot then stands on that hand, and then, using the foot to push to extend the knee forward away from the chest, turning the hip and knee inward and outward.
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of the teaching
- Moshe emphasizes feeling the length of the spine and legs. The principal movement in the pelvis induces movement in the mid-thoracic and shoulders that is otherwise hard to find. ~~Anita Schnee
- AY407. Heel in the hand is apparently an identical recording.
- MG 1977 11. On back lifting hip to lengthen opposite arm. Classic [Lift hip to lengthen arm overhead]
- SF Public Workshop – Vol. 1 – 8. Better side bending
- SF Evening Class Notes (1976) (Ehrman, ed; 2006) – 10. Lengthening side/arm bending (July 15)
- Theme Breathing
- Tanden, Hara, Dantian
- Tag Tanden
- Tag Side-bending
- Tag Side-bending-supine
- Tag Lengthening the back
- Tag Softening-chest
- Tag Base-of-neck
- Tag Hip/Pelvis Freedom
Heel in the hand:
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