- Combining the theme of breathing rhythmically (equalizing the breath in four parts–AY 180) with lying on the feet under the pelvis (AY 183–184).
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
- Indicate focus or key principles that are made explicit in the teaching
- As in synopsis.
- The heels under pelvis series of the 190s has you standing the pelvis on the heel which is standing over the balls of the feet—you start with the heels closer than the toes (in these of the 180s the foot from the beginning lies flat under the pelvis, with heels farther than toes).
- Also see Theme Breathing:
- See Also Theme Yoga
- the four-part breathing is nicely elaborated in AY 186, which may be a useful preparatory lesson.
- Audio recording at http://kinesophics.ca/lying-on-the-feet-turned-in-while-breathing-rhythmically/
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- I found my pelvis had a new way of orienting relative to the spine. It was more in contact with the floor; the low back felt longer. low back discomfort was not evident after the lesson, even in the SI joint. – rblack Jan 3, 2018 Rob Black
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