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Synopsis

This lesson works on allowing head and eyes and neck to move independently.

Lesson Outline

This lesson is done on the back, knees standing, interlaced fingers cradling head, lifting head to position it would be in standing:

  • Turn left and right, arms and hands as pulley
  • Hold on a side, turn just head back
  • Head still, eyes move
  • Eyes still, head moves
  • Eyes opposite head
  • Clamp head, head traces arc on floor
  • Combine turn and tilt of head, add in knee tilts
  • Knees still, turn head
  • Upper body still, tilt knees

Focus of Jack Heggie’s Teaching

Eye and neck muscles can interfere with each other.

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