A classic Awareness Through Movement lesson that starts in standing and brings you to sitting cross-legged. I hope my instructions are clear enough, it’s one of those lessons that’s a bit of a puzzle that makes perfect sense when you’ve done it once. Have fun!
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It’s been lovely seeing downloads from all over the world from Mexico to Japan, with lots of countries in between. Here is today’s offering, which continues the theme of differentiating and integrating the movements of the spine, ribs and shoulders. This one is a favourite of mine.
Some nice subtle movements of the ribs, spine and shoulders to explore on a Sunday afternoon on lockdown. Feldenkrais said that the person who can differentiate the movement of the clavicles is a master of movement. This is a good place to start.
A quick, fun Awareness Though Movement lesson that’s good for the whole family. Have fun exploring crawling like a baby.
Another Feldenkrais lesson for everyone on lockdown. And another one that explores the organisation of the spine. Enjoy.
Ten lessons seems a bit of a landmark under the current circumstances. This one looks at harmonising the movement of the different parts of the spine. It’s done in sitting, so you’ll need a chair. Enjoy giving your spine some love.
An Awareness Through Movement lesson that explores how the movement of the ribs, hips and spine are integrated in the process of rolling. Enjoy!
Awareness Through Movement number 8 for those of you on lockdown. I’m really starting to miss my climbing gym and dojo, but I’m appreciating all the online content available. I hope these lessons are providing a little bit of solace for people.
A little later than normal, here’s the 7th Awareness Through Movement lesson I’ve recorded while we’re all stuck inside. This one explores the movement of the right eye. Even though we’re not allowed outside, there’s plenty to explore in our own heads!
Another short Awareness Through Movement lesson for you to play with. Like #5 this is one that you could do with your kids or on your own. Have fun.