- SF Training Year 2 (1976)
- Duration: 7 min.
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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
- In some trainings this lesson together with the previous lesson “Sliding Foot Through the Gap” is called “Pretzel Legs”.
- Tag Hip/Pelvis Freedom
- Tag Wiggle-the-knees
- Tag Softening-chest
- AY431 Bending the foot in the toes
- AY491 Arms and legs behind
- SF2 – Week 02 – 21 June 1976, am1: Sliding Foot Through the Gap
- SF2 – Week 02 – 21 June 1976, am2: Sliding Foot Through the Gap continue
- SF2 – Week 02 – 21 June 1976, pm: Sliding Foot Through the Gap continued
- SF2 – Week 02 – 22 June 1976: 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)
- SF2 – Week 04 – 7 July 1976, am1: Pulling the Feet with the Knees Crossed
- SF2 – Week 04 – 7 July 1976, am2: Pulling the Feet with the Knees Crossed continued
- SF2 – Week 04 – 7 July 1976, am3: Pulling the Feet with the Knees Crossed continued
- SF3 – Day 20 – 18 July 1977: On back, standing foot on floor along lateral side of opposite leg. Movement of the straight leg inside the gate formed by the bent, crossed-over leg.
- SF3 – Day 23 – 21 July 1977: On back. Crossing legs one over the other, holding onto heels and coming up to sit. Bringing knees towards floor.
- SF3 – Day 25 – 26 July 1977: Continue with one leg crossed and standing over other. Crossing and bending both legs and bringing knees to floor
- Toronto 1980 – DAY5-1 – Sitting between the heels
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