- Amherst Year 2 (1981)
- Duration of the recording: 56 min. (Talk—“Go Slowly” and Talk—Scoliosis and Habits included)
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- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of the teaching
- In addition to the movements, what theme or ideas did the teacher focus on
- Tag unilateral
- Tag Softening-chest
- Tag Floating-ribs
- Tag Side-bending-supine
- Tag Side-bending
- Tag Side-bending-twisted
- Tag Demonstration
- Tag Atlas-and-axis
- Tag Habits
- Tag Lecture
- Tag Scoliosis
- Tag Hand-opening-closing
Side bending of the head:
- Amherst 2 – Week 2 – 06/16/81 AM1 Bring Right Foot to Left Hand / Walk Right Foot Around Left Knee
- Amherst 2 – Week 2 – 06/16/81 PM1 Bring Right Foot to Left Hand (on other side) / Roll Over/Hands on Head
- Amherst 2 – Week 2 – 06/17/81 PM Holding Ankles- 3 Ways to Roll From Lying to Sitting / Roll Around Holding Feet
- Amherst 2 – Week 2 – 06/18/81 pm1 Three Ways to Roll From Lying to Sitting / Three or More Ways to Roll (continued)
- AY085 Bending the right ear to the right shoulder and the left ear to the left shoulder
- AY480 Bending movements of the head on a chair
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/08/81 Flexing of right palm / Flex hand to stand
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/09/81 Flexing of right palm / Press floor to lift knee
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/10/81 AM1 Flexing hands and feet together
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/11/81 PM Sit, Shoulder Forward, Rotate Head
- Amherst 2 – Week 3 – 06/25/81 PM Rhiannon’s lesson – exploring eyebrows and bridge of nose / Exploring eye structure in relationship to the spine
- New York Quest – DAY4 – Increasing ease in the head, neck and shoulders. a) Sitting; rolling the head (AM2) b) Bell hand, rotating arms on back (PM1A) c) Sitting, rolling the head continued (PM1B)
- New York Quest – DAY4 – PM2 – From straight leg sitting to rolling on the back, opening and closing hand
- New York Quest – DAY5 – AM2 – a) Pressing and lifting on the side, opening and closing hand to stand b) Variations in standing c) Pressing again on side, making a wave
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