- Toronto Workshop (1980)
- Several parts of this ATM are missing due to some skips in the recording.
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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
Tilting knees, uncrossed, supine:
- Amherst 1 – Week 4 – 06/30/80 Rolling to the right and left (#2)
- MG78 #03 – Tilting legs in and out on back
- MG78 #05 – Rounding and arching back in sitting
- Toronto 1980 – DAY1-2 – On back, rolling the head with the hands, part 1
- Toronto 1980 – DAY3-1 – Head through the gate, part 4
- Toronto 1980 – DAY3-2 – Head through the gate, see-saw breathing
- Amherst 1 – Week 6 – 07/14/80 AM1 Tilting elbow and knee inside and outside
- Amherst 1 – Week 6 – 07/16/80 AM1 Integrating arms – crossing the arms
- Amherst 2 – Week 3 – 06/24/81 am: Preparation for Headstand and Carp jump (cont.)
- Amherst 2 – Week 5 – 07/09/81 Preparation for Headstand / Semi-bridge on back, hold ankles
- Amherst 2 – Week 6 – 07/15/81 AM1 Bridging on Right Side / Side Wave (Under Gate)
- New York Quest – DAY2 – AM1+2 – Lifting the head on the back: simple flexion, one side in imagination
- Toronto 1980 – DAY4-3 – Pelvic clock, part 2
Rolling head and getting up:
Lifting bent legs, supine:
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