This standing lesson explores the connection between turning and the dominant and non-dominant eye. It uses two props: an eye-patch, and a target on a wall.

Lesson Outline

  • Palm eyes
  • Dominant eye, then repeat sequence for non-dominant eye
    • Turn right and left, leading with dominant eye, eyes open and closed
    • Stay turned, eyes right and left
    • Weight on one foot, various combos of weight shifts and turning direction
    • Eye on target, then head and eye on target while turning

Focus of Jack Heggie’s Teaching

Notice what you see and what you feel at the same time.

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  • Differentiating eyes and turning motions
  • Vision seems clearer and peripheral vision enhanced, breathing deepens and softens, eyes move easier in their sockets, face relaxes, eyes open more
  • Go slow – like any eye lesson, this can be overwhelming.

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