- Amherst Year 1 (1980)
- Duration of the recording: 49 min.
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- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of Moshe’s Teaching
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- 8 ATM, Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris 1973 – 7. On the side, differentiation, twisting and zenith
- SB Day 2, Lecture 2: On Omnipotence and Living Your Unavowed Dreams
- SF2 – Week 04 – 8 July 1976, pm: Straightening the Leg, Holding Foot with Opposite Hand continued
- Amherst 2 – Week 3 – 06/24/81 PM Preparation for Headstand and Carp Jump, Shoulder Roll
- New York Quest – DAY4 – Increasing ease in the head, neck and shoulders. a) Sitting; rolling the head (AM2) b) Bell hand, rotating arms on back (PM1A) c) Sitting, rolling the head continued (PM1B)
- New York Quest – DAY5 – PM3 – Lecture: Learning is doing things in a different way. Even in simple things we have lost contact with ourselves
- New York Quest – DAY6 – AM2 – Hands-On Functional Integration Session with a woman with cerebral palsy. Feldenkrais talks very little during the lesson but does describe it at the end
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