Amherst Year 1 – 06/09/80 PM1 – Lifting the head to activate flexors (continued)

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Synopsis

Lying on your back, gain ease in lifting your head. This is the continuation of Lifting the head to activate flexors

Lesson Outline

The key movements in this ATM are:

Lying on your back

  • Lift your head. First lift withoutthe use of your hands, then using your left hand, then with your right hand.
  • Place both hands behind the head and lift your head. Then lift your legs. Does it lift the head more or less?
  • Put your hands on either side of your body. Bend your knees and lift your legs.
  • Lift your head with your hands and direct the elbows

Focus of Moshe’s Teaching

  • “We have a nervous system that learns with the speed of lightning…once [you] give your sensory motor the understanding and feeling and paying attention how you do it and the amount of lifting is increased ten fold.”

Related ATMs

Also see Theme Flexion Lesson:

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