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Synopsis

  • Continuing with the theme of taking the foot to the buttocks, but this time face down. Considerable time is spent developing the capacity to take hold of the foot behind by taking the head from side to side with one ear turned to the floor, to touch each arm (in various combinations of lifting and sliding the head, and of speed). Then reaching towards the foot to take hold, with the caveat that you must be able to see the foot and see the palm of the hand reaching towards the foot. Once you can take hold of the foot and bring it to the buttocks (heel in one direction and toes in the other, turned in), you hold it there and rock side to side.

Lesson Outline

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Focus of Moshe’s Teaching

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Resources

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