- South Bend Workshop (1980)
- Two parts, 5 min. rest in-between
- Duration of the recording: 30 and 27 min.
- Write a couple of sentences.
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of the teaching
- “The distance between shoulders and knees is important to come up, not the position of the hands.”
- Theme Flexion Lesson
- Tag Elbow-to-knee
- Tag Rocking-on-arc-supine
- Tag Smile
- Tag Imagining
- Tag Coming-to-sit
- Tag Swinging-legs-supine
- Tag Avoiding-seriousness
Mouth to knee:
- New York Quest – DAY3 – AM2 – Rolling from sitting to lying on the back continued, including taking the legs over the shoulders
- SB1 Use of the Self in Turning & Rolling/The eyes organize the body: rolling from side to side
- SB4 Lateral Bending on Stomach/Head through gap on the stomach
- SB5 Perfecting the self-image: Bringing the Foot to the Head and Rolling to Sitting
- Toronto 1980 – DAY5-4 – Prone, head through the gate, rolling to sit
Rocking to sit:
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