- SF Evening Session Public Workshop (1976) (3 Volumes)
- A variation of the pelvic clock including circling of head and pelvis contrarywise with the idea of “coming home”.
- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of the teaching
Quotes by MF:
- „When you lie on the floor and you do nothing, the muscles of the back should not be working uselessly and lift the small of the back off the floor. … therefore if you feel after what we have done the body lies better, shows that some trouble, some permanent contraction in the back muscles – useless, only ruining the back and interfering with your flexibility and mobility is there. Therefore the exercise were to eliminate that.“
- „You made a universal movement with the hip joint, all what a hip joint can do, because you moved the pelvis while the legs were stationary.“
- not in SF Evening Class Notes (1976) (Ehrman, ed; 2006)
- Theme Pelvic Clock
- Tag Palms-on-floor-supine
- Amherst 1 – Week 4 – 07/02/80 Crossing the knees (part 1)
- AY462 Separating the left limbs in sitting
- AY474 With the help of the limbs in the air, rolling to get up
- MM07 The Movement of the Eyes Organizes the Movement of the Body
- Rotterdam 1976 – Tape 5 – #2 – Circles with pelvis (continuation of pelvis around clock)
- SF1 – Week 8 – 5 August 1975: Moving the Pelvis and Head Around a Clock, continued
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 2 – 7. Freeing the spine
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