- Tilting pelvis, in sitting
- Classic rotation sitting
- Rolling arms
- Oscillations “Jello Pudding”
- Rolling to sit
These are more or less from Moshe’s SF Evening Class Series.
I’m still thinking about knees, though you may or may not notice it when you do these lessons.
I’m thinking about knees, and Theo Jansen’s strandbeest:
In this four-week series, we’ll explore connecting from foot through knee into the hip…and you can only imagine where it would go from there. Or where you’ll go when you become a super agile and powerful walker.
In this spring series, we’ll twist and untwist, lengthen and fold — loosening our shoulders and adding a spring to our step.
By the end, your head will know where your pelvis is, and your pelvis will know where your head is. Maybe you’ll use your spine differently to help lift your legs, and maybe your head will float with the greatest of ease on top of it all. And what effect will that have on the agility with which you manage the challenges of your life?
Do you like your Feldenkrais slow, internal, detailed, fundamental? Try this Nov-Dec 2012 series.
I have a theme for this series, but I have no words for it. You’ll find your back more supple and organized, your legs lighter, and neck and shoulders more free, and you might get a bit taller. That’s all I can say!
From the fingertips and the toes, you can launch spirals that speak directly to your spine. But your feet and hands are windows into your real “core”–your brain. Your hardest working organ is the core you rely on to plan and execute action, adjust your intention to the feedback of the environment, regulate responses to stress, and integrate the specialized functions of each hemisphere. Get to know your left and right-handedness, footedness, and more in this six-week series.
In this eight-week series, we’ll clarify hips and shoulders in the context of the functional whole.