Coordinating Flexors and Extensors

I’m surprised I haven’t recorded this one yet–a classic lesson, with a few quirks specific to the San Francisco Evening Class notes I recently acquired. In the first two weeks of the current series, we’ve done lessons heavy in one direction or the other (flexion, extension); this third lesson puts a twist into things–and gives us a whole new level of coordinating flexors and extensors.

This is a recording you can come back to and add your own embellishments: turn your head with and against; the same with your eyes (make four combinations of head/eyes….). Add some see-saw breathing. Stay with your knees to the side and lift/lower each shoulder, or lift your head with your interlaced hands, or slide your head and arms from side to side (side-bending). The challenging thing when making variations by yourself is to choose one or two simple ideas and stick with that, with the same patient pace of exploration you get in the recordings.

The recording quality is not the same as the last few weeks–I was missing my mic, so recording just with the internal mic on conference room setting.

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