- AY Volume 7
- Reel 21, Track 4, Lesson 1
- Duration: 40 minutes
- A delightful rolling lesson.
- Rolling is creating through extension and flexion
- Effortless rolling occurs through differentiating extension-flexion on the sides; that is, starting with full flexion of arms and legs on back, differentially extending the right arm and leg (to com to side) allowing the head to roll back, then extending the left arm & leg to roll onto belly, arms, head and legs effortlessly raised. Then returning, again differentiating the two sides, smoothly.
- An alternative to having the arms and legs folded in from involves the arms and legs extended, starting one side dragging on the floor towards the other.
Focus of the teaching
- In addition to the movements, what theme or ideas did the teacher focus on
- AY122 Rolling right and left
- AY130 Rolling with tapping the arms and legs
- AY542.2 Baby rolls (not in IFF edition)
- SF2 – Week 09 – 09 August 1976: Rolling Like a Baby
- SF2 – Week 09 – 10 August 1976: Rolling Like a Baby, continued
- Toronto 1980 – DAY5-3 – Baby rolls
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