Breathing Lessons on Feldy Notebook:
- Amherst 1 – Week 4 – 07/01/80 Tilting the knees (part 1)
- Amherst 1 – Week 4 – 07/01/80 Tilting the knees (part 2)
- ATM Basic Series – 3. Adapt Your Breathing to Your Needs
- ATM Book Lesson 4 – Differentiation of Parts and Functions in Breathing
- AY005 Equalizing the nostrils
- AY017 Breathing
- AY021 Contracting the abdomen while exhaling
- AY023 Palate mouth, and teeth
- AY028 Legs crossed and expanding chest and abdomen
- AY029 Minimal lifting
- AY126 The mouth and head cavity
- AY172 Stopping the Breath
- AY180 Breathing rhythmically #1
- AY185 Lying on the Feet No 3 and breathing rhythmically
- AY188 Twisting the spine and Breathing rhythmically_5
- AY201 Gluing in the Lungs Part 1
- AY299 Distinction of the movement underneath the bellybutton in the breathing during oscillations
- AY351 Swinging the legs on the side
- AY435 Alternately Stomach up/down in the Breathing
- AY447 Opposition on the side
- AY460 Separation in lying with Saika
- E03 Tilting Crossed Legs
- Franz Wurm, Der aufrechte Gang – Series 1 – 9. Wippe
- Haller – Breathing into all 6 dimensions
- Haller – Breathing, expanding your internal balloon
- IDF17 – Breathing and movements of the feet
- LT05 Flexors
- LT18 Breathing
- MG77 Differentiating movements of leg to roll forward and backward
- MG78 Coordinating flexors and extensors
- SF1 – Week 3 – 1 July 1975, AM1 – A theoretical lesson on the physiology of breathing
- SF1 – Week 3 – 1 July 1975, AM2 – Paradoxical breathing
- SF1 – Week 3 – 1 July 1975, PM – A short breathing lesson related to the lecture
- SFEC Public Workshop – Vol. 2 – 1. Better Breathing
- Vancouver – Hotel Vancouver – 3. Perfecting the pelvic clock/Breathing Out and Swallowing/Scan, 10AUG73 Pt. 2
- Vancouver – Hotel Vancouver – 4. Flexion (Flexor), 11AUG73
Alexander Yanai lesson (from Feldyforum post by Peggi Honig on 9/13/2014, and others posts synthesis):
- AY #5. Equalizing the nostrils.
- AY #17 Breathing.
- AY #21. Contracting the abdomen while exhaling.
- AY #23 Palate, mouth and teeth/
- AY #28. Legs crossed and expanding chest and abdomen.
- AY #35. Stomach and chest first.
- AY #126 The mouth and head cavity.
- AY #172. Stopping the breath
- AY #179 Breathing (To weld the breathing).
- AY #180 Breathing rhythmically (#1).
- AY #185. Lying on the feet, #3 and breathing rhythmically #2 (Breathing in 4 parts).
- AY #186 Breathing rhythmically (#3 on Left side).
- AY #187 Breathing rhythmically (#4 on both sides).
- AY #188. Twisting the spine and Breathing rhythmically #5.
- AY #189 Directed breathing (intentional breathing/breathing rhythmically #6).
- AY #191. Pressing to the floor and breathing (Breathing rhythmically #7).
- AY #201 Gluing the lungs, pt1.
- AY #202 Gluing the lungs, pt 2.
- AY #203 Gluing the lungs, pt 3
- AY #204 Gluing the lungs, pt 4 (Gluing and bending the back).
- AY #241. Getting to know your hip joints.
- AY #280. On hands and shoulders.
- AY #299 Distinction of the m/m underneath the belly button in the breathing during oscillations.
- AY #351. Swinging the legs on the side. (In the lesson Moshe requests continual observation of the Tanden – which he calls “the foundation of faith in every faith” – and to an absolute ease in movement so that the breath is not disturbed. There is a point in the lesson where he asks to pay attention to the quality of his voice and to discern when he has moved away from the thought of the tanden and when he has not.)
- AY #359 Tanden with bending the knees. (This is not technically a breathing lesson, when we attend to the space in our mouth and head, throat, this effects our ability to breath with greater ease because we notice where we are constricted and can let it soften so that pathway for breathe is freer.)
- AY #435. Alternately stomach up and down in the breathing.
ATM Book: Lesson 12.
“Ways to Better Breathing” by Carola Speads.
“The New Science of Breath” by Stephen B. Elliott.
“Conscious Breathing: Breathwork for Health, Stress Release, and Personal Mastery” by Gay Hendricks
Breathing article by Steve Hamlin
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