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Synopsis

  • Lying on the back and on the side, with hands interlaced on the stomach (or behind the back), you work towards being able to bend the wrists backwards to join the elbows in front of the body.

Lesson Outline

  • Highly condensed outline of key movements

Focus of Moshe’s Teaching

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