This is a pelvic clock lesson with the soles of the feet together and the legs open, in sitting (leaning on hands and elbows behind) and lying, including coordination and differentiation of the head.
- Find your position for feet together, knees open, leaning on hands behind. (Take feet L/R, towards/away.)
- Leaning on hands, roll pelvis/expand and sink abdomen: establish 12-6 image.
- Leaning on elbows, take each knee to floor. (This is 10:30 and 2:30.) Alternate. Where does your nose go?
- Variations in speed, participation of head.
- Lying face up, legs in same position: 12-6, observing and varying the relation of the head (showing how stopping the head can stop the pelvis.)
- Sitting, leaning on hands behind. Start with 12-6 and develop the whole circle of the pelvic clock.
- Same, but with the head hanging backwards.
- Lying face up, legs in same position, whole circle of the clock.
Focus of Moshe’s Teaching
- Includes a discussion of the homunculus: the point relevant to this lesson he emphasizes is that you can remove the part of the motor cortex that controls the leg, and this causes no problem: the leg does a few movements only, and these do not generalize across the brain. But the hand is different: you do such a range of complex things relating to writing, music, etc: if you cut this out, you can’t recover.
- “Clumsiness” is poor short-term memory.
- Discussion of loving and hating; discussion of symmetry and asymmetry.
- Transferring from one side to the other.
See the Pelvic clock theme for more info.
- 25 Lessons from Eshkol-Wachman Movement Notation – Lesson 14
- 8 ATM – Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord – Paris – May 1973 – 8. Clock in three positions
- Amherst 1 – Week 5 – 07/07/80 – 07/09/80 Rolling the Pelvis (Part 1 – 5)
- ATM Book – 6. Differentiation of Pelvic Movements by Means of an Imaginary Clock
- AY019 Preparation for a clock
- AY021 Contracting the abdomen while exhaling
- AY077 A Clock
- AY082 A clock in front of the face
- AY083 Clock – the abdominal muscles
- AY084 Clock
- AY227.5 Standing feet on the floor and raising the tail from the floor (not in IFF edition)
- AY233.5 Turns with arms/hands behind (on the back) (not in IFF edition)
- AY268 Hip Joints by way of lengthening
- AY269 Hip Joints by way of lengthening continuation
- AY326 Sitting – Lying
- AY376 Clocks in three positions
- AY416 Protruding the abdomen
- E06 – Dial movement of the pelvis (Stransky Notes)
- IDF12 Pelvic clock
- MG77 #08 – Simple pelvic clock
- Rotterdam 1976 – Tape 4 – Sitting, Lean on hands behind, tilt pelvis/pelvic clock
- Rotterdam 1976 – Tape 5 – #1 – More pelvis around clock
- Rotterdam 1976 – Tape 5 – #2 – Circles with pelvis (continuation of pelvis around clock)
- SF1 – Week 1 – 19 June 1975, AM: No name
- SF1 – Week 1 – 19 June 1975, PM: Continued from morning
- SF1 – Week 4 – 7 July 1975: Standing at the wall and prone, turning the foot
- SF1 – Week 7 – 31 July 1975: Pelvic Clock
- SF1 – Week 8 – 4 August 1975: Moving the Pelvis and Head Around a Clock
- SF1 – Week 8 – 5 August 1975: Moving the Pelvis and Head Around a Clock, continued
- SFEC Notes – 01. Tilting pelvis sitting
- SFEC Notes – 17. Tilt left & right in sitting (Aug 2)
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 2 – 2. Flexible back
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 2 – 4. Pelvic Clock
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 3 – 5. A flexible spine in sitting
- Toronto 1980 – DAY4-2 – Pelvic clock
- Toronto 1980 – DAY4-3 – Pelvic clock, part 2
- Toronto 1980 – DAY4-4 – Pelvic clock, sitting and rolling the head
- Vancouver – Hotel Vancouver – 3. Perfecting the pelvic clock/Breathing Out and Swallowing/Scan, 10AUG73 Pt. 2
- Vancouver – UBC – 6 Aug 73 pt. 1 – Pelvic clock in sitting intermingled Talk on Dreaming and awareness
- Vancouver 1973 – Art Gallery (16 August 1973) – 1. Pelvic Tilt
- Vancouver 1973 – Hotel Vancouver (10-12 August 1973) – 2. Pelvic clock,10AUG73 Pt. 1
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