- Mia Segal-Gaby Yaron Evening Class Notes
- 24 August 1977; Taught by Mia
- Feel where the 2 diagonales (foot to opposite shoulder) are crossing.
- On back, legs shoulder length. Lengthen L leg from heel.
- Other side. Then alternate.
- R arm above head (45 degree angle). Lengthen R arm. Then L arm.
- L arm above head elbow straight, lengthen R leg and shorten L arm. Continue the movement and turn head L while lengthening R leg and turn head R while lengthening L arm. Then change direction of the head.
- Other side
- Both arm above head (45 degree angle and elbows straight), alternate lengthening one leg and shortening the opposite arm. Then quickly and small.
- On stomach, legs shoulder length, L arm above head at 45 degree angle, face turned L. Lengthen R leg. Then lengthen L arm as to reach when R leg come back. Try inhibiting the movement of the pelvis. Then let the pelvis help, so the whole body have the intention of lengthening the L arm.
- Other side. Then lengthen R arm and L leg at the same time. Then lengthen L arm and R leg at the same time. Where are the 2 diagonales lines crossing?
- On back, both arms above head. Alternate lengthening R and L leg. Where are the 2 diagonales lines crossing?
- Knees bent, interlace fingers behind head. Think of lifting head and feet at the same time to bring elbows to knees. Note where is the pressure in the back. Then do it. Then bring arms above head, lengthen legs and think what organization would permit to lift both arms and legs at the same time. Then knees bent, lift feet and arms at the same time and bring them to the floor at the same time.
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