- Alexander Yanai Vol 4 (151-200)
- Reel 11, Track 3, Lesson 3
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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
Carriage of the head:
- 25 Lessons from Eshkol-Wachman Movement Notation – 9. Lesson
- Amherst 1 – Week 3 – 06/24/80 – AM2: Tilting legs to left, prone
- Amherst 2 – Week 2 – 06/15/81 Standing on all Fours / Preparation for Judo Roll
- Amherst 2 – Week 8 – 08/04/81 Leg tilt, elbow press
- ATM Book 7 – Carriage of the Head Affects the State of the Musculature
- ATMEC07 Flex Your Spine Again
- Awareness Through Movement Basic Series – The Head Fixes the Muscle Tone
- AY038 Head and back (distinctions in turns)
- AY051 Twisting with head fixed
- AY052 Head fixed, pelvis fixed while standing on the knees.
- AY118 On the stomach; tilting the legs in circles
- AY200 Twisting the spine by sinking the lower legs
- AY230 Self hug the arms rolling the upper and lower girdle, on the back and abdomen
- AY246 General coordination
- AY352 Twist like in a -0 -with differentiation
- AY370 Lifting the head
- AY374 Leaning on the hands and twisting
- AY385 Increasing the spreading on the knees
- AY408 Lower legs right, left and the head
- AY429 Ankle and head on the side
- AY430 Wide open twist to side
- AY445 Back and neck
- AY473 On the stomach training the back
- Franz Wurm, Der aufrechte Gang – Series 1 – 05. Beinschaukel
- IDF11 Tilting the legs
- LT26 Legs to side of stomach
- MG77 #06 – Tilting legs on front side to come to sit
- MG78 #09 – Tilting legs lying on belly
- MG78 #12 – Tilting legs on back and lengthening arms above head
- SF1 – Week 2 – 23 June 1975, AM: Prone, knees bent, legs tilting
- SF1 – Week 2 – 23 June 1975, PM1: Continue prone, tilting legs to the floor
- SFEC Notes – 09. Tilting legs on stomach
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 3 – 03. A longer spine
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