- SF Training Year 1 (1975)
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- Highly condensed outline of key movements
Focus of the teaching
- In addition to the movements, what theme or ideas did the teacher focus on
Foot to head:
- ATM Basic Series – 7. Perfecting Your Self-Image (ATM Book Lesson 8)
- ATM Book 08. Perfecting the Self-Image
- AY034 Foot on the head
- AY081 Washing the face with the feet
- AY231 Bringing the knee to the face in an arc
- AY389 Ankle on knee and bending
- AY492 Sole to ear
- Franz Wurm, Der aufrechte Gang – Series 1 – Der aufrechte Gang – 11. Hüftgelenke
- IDF15 Foot on the Head (Preparation)
- LT29 Foot to head
- New York Quest – DAY3 – AM2 – Rolling from sitting to lying on the back continued, including taking the legs over the shoulders
- Rotterdam 1976 – Tape 8 – Foot to head, roll to sit
- Rotterdam 1976 – Tape 9 – Foot to head, roll to sit continues
- SB5 Perfecting the self-image: Bringing the Foot to the Head and Rolling to Sitting
- SF1 – Week 2 – 24 June 1975, AM: Sitting, soles of the feet together, lifting the leg with the foot held by the opposite hand
- SF1 – Week 2 – 25 June 1975: Lifting the foot to touch the head
- SF1 – Week 4 – 8 July 1975: Rolling, holding one foot with the opposite hand
- SF2 – Week 02 – 21 June 1976, pm: Sliding Foot Through the Gap continued
- SF2 – Week 04 – 6 July 1976: Sliding Foot Through the Gap, Fingers and Toes Relating (continued from Week 2)
- SFEC Notes – 01. Tilting pelvis sitting
- SFEC Notes – 05. Foot to head (July 1)
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 2 – 2. Flexible back
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 2 – 3. Easy rolling
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 2 – 6. More flexible than a child
- Vancouver – Hotel Vancouver – 7. Perfecting the self image
- Washington Quest – DAY3 – ATM #8 In Sitting: Mouth to leg, Holding the foot, rolling in a complete circle
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