- Reel 3, Track 3, Lesson 3 (according to Eva Laser https://www.somatik.se)
- Reel 3, Track 3, Lesson 3, Side B
- Duration 42 min.
- Write a couple of sentences.
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of the teaching
- In addition to the movements, what theme or ideas did the teacher focus on
- 8 ATM taught at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris in May 1973 – 5. The foot and the toes
- Amherst 1 – Week 3 – 06/25/80 AM1 – Sucking – interlacing fingers and toes
- Amherst 1 – Week 6 – 07/14/80 AM2 Passing elbow over opposite knee
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/11/81 AM1 Swimming crawl / Bell hand, think toes
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/11/81 AM2 Swimming crawl / Bell hand, think toes (continued)
- Amherst 2 – Week 2 – 06/15/81 AM1 Interlacing fingers and toes to lift foot
- Amherst 2 – Week 2 – 06/15/81 Interlacing fingers and toes to lift foot (continued)
- ATMEC06 Sensible Feet, Rather than Sensitive Feet
- AY120 The feet
- AY161 Separating the spaces in (between) the toes
- AY183 Lying on the feet 1
- AY185 Lying on the Feet # 3 and breathing rhythmically #2
- AY190 Heels under the pelvis 1 (In and out)
- AY292 Basic Movements of the Toes
- AY298 Improving the hopping for beginners
- AY378 Bending the toes
- AY401 Distancing the toes
- AY412 Pulling the toes with the knees crossed
- AY418 Toes interlaced
- AY431 Bending the foot in the toes
- E27 Awareness and Differentiation of the Toes (Stransky Notes)
- IDF03 Interlacing the toes
- IFF Archive Collection: Foot Differentiation. 3 August, 1973
- LT21 Individuating toes
- SF2 – Week 02 – 21 June 1976, am1: Sliding Foot Through the Gap
- SF2 – Week 02 – 21 June 1976, am2: Sliding Foot Through the Gap continue
- SF2 – Week 02 – 21 June 1976, pm: Sliding Foot Through the Gap continued
- SF2 – Week 02 – 22 June 1976: Sliding Foot Through the Gap continued
- SF2 – Week 04 – 6 July 1976: Sliding Foot Through the Gap, Fingers and Toes Relating (continued from Week 2)
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