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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
- 25 Lessons from Eshkol-Wachman Movement Notation – Lesson 13
- Amherst 1 – Week 6 – 07/18/80 AM2 Crossing knees – crawling (part 1)
- AY000.2 Crossed knees (not in IFF edition)
- AY109 Lowering the pelvis to sitting
- AY225 Standing on the knees
- AY353 Wiggle the knees
- AY529 Knees crossed having the pelvis lie right and lift
- E25 Crawling on the knees (Stransky Notes)
- Franz Wurm, Der aufrechte Gang – Series 2 – 12. Kniegang
- IDF13 Knees crossed
- LT12 On all 4s to sitting
- SF2 – Week 04 – 7 July 1976, am1: Pulling the Feet with the Knees Crossed
- SF2 – Week 04 – 7 July 1976, am3: Pulling the Feet with the Knees Crossed continued
- SF2 – Week 04 – 7 July 1976, pm: Pulling the Feet with the Knees Crossed continued into Cross-Crawling
- SFEC Notes – 11. Sitting on heels “catback” (July 19)
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 2 – 10. Flexible knees
- Toronto 1980 – DAY5-1 – Sitting between the heels
- Toronto 1980 – DAY5-2 – Sitting on the feet, rolling and headstand
- Vancouver – University of British Columbia- 15 Aug 73 pt. 2 – All Fours, Sit Back, Roll
- Washington Quest – DAY2 – ATM #5 On Hands and Knees Continued: Sitting backward
- Washington Quest – DAY4 – ATM #11 Modes of Locomotion; crossing one knee in front of the other
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