A flexor lesson with variations of having hands under or behind the knees (in the crease), hands crossed, face turned, legs together with a forearm under the legs, and using both hands to hold the arch of the foot and the knee of one leg. The direction is towards taking the knees between the elbows to the forehead, or elbows between the knees.
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
- Indicate focus or key principles that are made explicit in the teaching
Also see Theme Flexion Lesson
- “Twenty-Five Lessons by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais” by Michal Shoshani and Margalit Sonnenfeld under the supervision of Noa Eshkol – Lesson 2, 3 and 4
- Alexander Yanai Vol 2 #59 – Lifting the head with the hands
- Amherst Year 1 – Flexing the upper body, Elbow to the knee (continued)
- Diagonal bending AY 448
- Flexors LT5
- Frog – continuation-(Toad)-AY320
- Lifting the head to activate flexors – Amherst Year 1
- Lifting the head to activate flexors (continued) – Amherst Year 1
- On back, lifting the head with the help of the hands SF1
- Scanning E1
- SF Public Workshop – Rolling
- SF Public Workshop (1976) – Lower Back Ease
- Vancouver 1973 – Art Gallery (16 August 1973) – Interlace fingers behind, lift and lower head
- Vancouver 1973 – Edmonds Center (6-16 August 1973 – Morning course for Seniors) – Flexion with foot differentiation, rolling back
- Vancouver 1973 – Hotel Vancouver (10-12 August 1973) – 4. Flexion (Flexor), 11AUG73
- Audio recording by Sharon Starika on Open ATM (2003 runners’ workshop) at: http://openatm.org/
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