- Alexander Yanai Volume 6
- Reel 20, Track 3, Lesson 4
- In various positions such as sitting, kneeling, or lying on the stomach, place the palm on the scalp and move the skin in a circle. Allow the movement to gently gyrate the spine.
- Sit, place one hand on the crown. Move the hand to make circles with the scalp
- Lie prone, place one hand on the forehead and lift the head from the floor
- Sit, repeat the first step, allow the spine to move
- Lie prone, one knee to the side, the other forearm on the floor, and lift the head
- Sit, allow the shoulders to move forwards so the head tips backwards
- Stand on one knee, hand on the forehead, move shoulders forwards so head tips backwards
- Also turn the face to one side and the other
- Lie prone, both hands on the forehead, lift the head
- Kneel on one knee, both hands on the forehead, move the head backwards
- Repeat this on both knees
Focus of the teaching
- In addition to the movements, what theme or ideas did the teacher focus on
- possibly AY543 Continuation Movements of the head in the hands
- possibly AY310 Training to sit without leaning on the floor. This 5 winds kata lesson involves bringing the shoulder and upper chest forwards while the head hangs backwards, similar to as happens in 296.
- Tag Cervical-spine
- Tag Thoracic-spine
- Tag Lengthening the back
- Tag Protruding-abdomen
Moving the skin:
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