- AY Volume 9
- Reel 29, Track 2, Lesson 2
- Duration of the recording: 44 minutes
- using an unusual strategy of fast, small movements, Dr. Feldenkrais introduces diagonal flexing, then finishes with whole-body flexing.
- 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 Diagonals
- Tag Palms-on-floor-supine
- Tag Softening-chest
- Tag Breath-related-movement
- 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:
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Share Your Insights (ideas, principles, strategies, experiences, …)
- A nice, gentle lesson, good for an intro.
Goes from specific to the whole body, activating flexors repetitively so their habitual tonus reduces.
A theme of ‘what moves with what’, especially shoulders and head. What do we habitually move together? and then, especially because of the fast movements, finding a more sustainable way.
Overarching thought: the body has an effective and fast response which we have overlaid with other functions, intentions, habits, leaving us feeling “tied up”. This lesson helps rediscover the built-in ease.
~~~ Rob Black.
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