• Lifting the pelvis, on the other side raising head maybe/eventually come to sit

Lesson Outline

  • Highly condensed outline of key movements

Focus of Moshe’s Teaching

  • Diagonal differentiation of lower back/shoulders
  • Differentiation of hip joint/pelvis
  • Connection head/pelvis

Related ATMs



Translating the pelvis, supine:

Translation of the pelvis:



Share Your Insights (ideas, principles, strategies, experiences, …)

  • Experience: after the lesson I feel super limber in my lower back, hip joints, I am much more relaxed on the floor on my buttocks
  • Experience: I feel the connection when I push against the floor with e.g. my left leg, I can feel the pressure on my right shoulder, how it is distributed throughout my body, that I can lift my left shoulder more easily than the right one, because it is free
  • I’ve seen an interesting video from FP Charlie Murdoch on youtube, where he shows an exercise to help fix the “Lower Crossed Syndrom”. This exercise contains some elements of this lesson AY43. – travelsheep Jun 5, 2012

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