- Alexander Yanai Vol 9
- Reel 27, Track 4, Lesson 3
- Duration of the recording: 38 minutes
- Write a couple of sentences.
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of Moshe’s Teaching
- Indicate focus or key principles that are made explicit in the teaching
Lifting the head, twisted:
- AY207 On the side, fast lifting of the head
- AY447 Opposition on the side
- AY465 Classical twist on the side with an advanced opening
- AY467 End of the twist
- MG77 #03 – On side turning with straight arm in arc
- SF2 – Week 08 – 2 August 1976, pm: Lying Twisted, Lifting the Head and Working the Extensors
- SF2 – Week 09 – 11 August 1976: Movements from Prior Lesson and Beyond
Lifting the feet with the hands, twisted:
Lifting the head and one foot, twisted:
Share Your Insights (ideas, principles, strategies, experiences, …)
- Copied from Facebook from Alfons Grabher: The gestalt of this lesson reminds of a stunning snowboard trick called “Method Air”, performed by young athletes when rocking through the sky: A strong twist with touching the heels from behind. The lesson starts with side lying with tights and upper body in a straight line, but knees bent. Rolling the head, but also tilting the head, and lifting the head. …Interventions with see-saw breathing and lifting the head with interlaced fingers. In the end touching the heels with one hand, even lifting the heels to roll the upper legs. Here you will learn to distribute work over the whole back and free your neck from habitual over-work. You will find to to be able to move in the area in between shoulder blades where almost all grown ups can’t move – although it’s easy to find. Turning the head from the whole back not just use shoulder area.
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