- Lying on your side with the bottom leg long and the top leg bent in front, both arms extended in front with the palms together: lift the top arm towards the ceiling and behind you in an arc, until the knee starts to lift, and play with the see-saw balance this creates.
- On R side, R leg long, L leg bent 90 degrees in front on floor, both arms long in front with the palms together. Lengthen the L arm to slide the L palm on the R (and on the floor).
- Stay at the limit and asks what limits you. Can you let go of that and go farther easily?
- Rest face up.
- Same side, L elbow bent and the palm planted in front of the chest. Slide the L knee forwards.
- What stops you from putting the pubic bone on the floor?
- Other side: same sequence.
- First (R) side: lift your L hand towards the ceiling. Follow the hand with your nose, turning your head.
- Other side.
- First (R) side: lift L hand to ceiling, and stay there: lengthen and shorten the arm, noting the shoulder blade. Do it more quickly.
- Lift L hand to ceiling and back as far is it goes easily. Place your R hand on your L knee. Create a see-saw movement, so your knee comes away from the floor in front and arms goes back towards the floor behind and vice versa. Where do you create this movement?
- Other side.
- Indicate focus or key principles that are made explicit in the teaching
- On side turning with straight arm in arc MG 77
- Twisting and opposing gently AY434
- SF1 – Week 4 – 10 July 1975: ATM taught by Mia Segal: Side lying, arm and leg circles
Sliding palm on the other one, sidelying:
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