- The title from the content list is misleading, if you see it as a singular ATM, but it makes sense, if you consider this as a part of a “Rolling to sit”-series. MF taught here a combination of “Seeing the heels” and “Rolling the head between the hands” (head is lying on the forehead or on one ear). Most of the ATM is prone. (Stefan Landorf)
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Seeing the heels:
- AY002 Seeing the heels
- AY007 Seeing the heels while lying on the stomach
- AY184 Lying on the feet 2
- AY222 On the abdomen, a hand lifting the head
- AY244 Heels and Toes in circles (Heels and feet in circles, part 1)
- E43 Working Extensors of the Back (Stransky Notes)
- E45 Extensors Put to Task (Recordings)
- Franz Wurm, Der aufrechte Gang – Series 2 – 05. Rumpfwenden
- IDF10 Turning the head and seeing the heels (prone)
- LT19 Freeing the neck
- SFEC Notes – 20. Using knees like drumsticks (Aug 9)
- SFEC Notes – 21. Rolling from stomach (Aug 12)
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 3 – 06. Advanced bending
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 3 – 09. Advanced rolling to sit
Rolling the head between the hands:
- ATMEC09 Stop Your Neck From Creaking
- AY008 Rolling the head between the hands
- AY014 Rolling the head between the hands
- AY038 Head and back (distinctions in turns)
- AY052 Head fixed, pelvis fixed while standing on the knees.
- AY230 Self hug the arms rolling the upper and lower girdle, on the back and abdomen
- AY232 Minimal movements; lying on the side; begin the movements in imagination
- E13 Head Turning (Cervical) (Stransky Notes)
- E14 Differentiation of Head Movement (Recordings)
- Franz Wurm, Der aufrechte Gang, Series 1 – Der aufrechte Gang – 7. Kopf rollen
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