- The title in the content list “prone to sit” is wrong. That happened already in track 6. Track 7 starts with a variation of “Tilting elbow and knee inside and outside” and continues with the “Rolling to sit”-theme from 4. Supine, arms crossed over chest rock, 5. Short instruction in rolling to sit, 6. Sitting and Twisting of this series. (Stefan Landorf)
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- 8 ATM, Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris 1973 – 6. Holding the foot with the hand
- Amherst 1 – Week 5 – 07/11/80 Right index holding big toe (part 2)
- Amherst 1 – Week 6 – 07/14/80 Tilting elbow and knee inside and outside
- AY053 Sliding the hands on the outside of the lower leg while lying on the side
- AY070 Passing the knee on either side of the elbow
- AY101 On Side Lifting the Leg and Straightening it
- AY135 Legs to the side and lifting them with the hands
- AY396 Knees behind the elbows
- AY418 Toes interlaced
- AY428 Lifting the feet with the toes
- SF1 – Week 7 – 29 July 1975: Lifting the Leg in Sitting and Knees Behind Elbows
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 3 – 2. Free Hip Joints
- Vancouver – University of British Columbia – 15 Aug 73 pt. 1 – Hands on Feet, Rolling
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