Vancouver – Edmonds Center – 5. Short instruction in rolling to sit

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Synopsis

  • 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)

Lesson Outline

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Related ATMs

Seeing the heels:


Rolling the head between the hands:

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