- Amherst Year 1
- Duration of the recording: 35 min.
- audio only
- Write a couple of sentences.
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of the teaching
- “Relaxation is not for action. You can’t act in a relaxed way. Relaxation is for not doing anything—if you use the word relaxation as what it means in physiology.”
- “In fact, this is not sitting up. It’s rolling up because when you go back like that, the legs and the upper part of the body, with the shoulders forward at that distance, are balanced. They are balanced. The weights are equal … for each person. And
they are so equal that he can roll and therefore, changing the distribution of weights does it.”
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