- Volume 9
- Reel 29, Track 2, Lesson 3
- Duration of the recording: 40 minutes
- A delightful lesson demonstrating the how movements on the floor and in standing inform each other, and improve each other.
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of the teaching
- In addition to the movements, what theme or ideas did the teacher focus on
- AY447 Opposition on the side (Page 3035)
- See also AY 448, and how this lesson leads onto AY 450.
- Theme Coordinating Flexors and Extensors
- Tag Breath-related-movement
- Tag In-standing
- Tag Diagonals
- Theme Walking
- Tag Fast-movements
Lifting one side of the pelvis, supine:
Lifting shoulder, supine:
Flexing toes, flexing feet, supine:
Flexing toes, flexing feet, flexing knees, supine:
Flexing toes, flexing feet, flexing knees, lifting head, supine:
- AY204 Gluing in the lungs, #4 (Gluing and bending the back)
- AY450 The pelvis backward on the knees
- AY451 Coordinating head forward and the pelvis backward
- AY452 Toward Japanese sitting
- AY456 Protrusions and bendings
- AY457 Each Side Separately
- AY458 Bending Knees – Lying
- AY524 Head and anus backward
- Add links to external resources that would be of interest to the reader
Share Your Insights (ideas, principles, strategies, experiences, …)
- Associated with, an improving:
- Coordinating Flex/Extensors- this lesson helps to clarify the function of the diagonal contraction of the extensors in walking.
- Hip-Pelvis Freedom – The hips become more free, mobile through release of habitual abdominal tonus and through improved extension
- Standing – reducing overall tonus, improving the angle of the pelvis vis-a-vis the femurs
- Walking – increasing ease of transferring weight; increasing balance; increasing ease bringing knee forward
- Yoga – any standing pose; for example Tree pose – balance is markedly improved.
~~~ Rob Black, 22 Oct, 2018.
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