Can you be OK with not knowing? This lesson starts small, grows into a symphony of movement filled with surprises and new possibilities along the way. Just have fun!
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While the title hints at the movement, this mostly side-lying exploration of flexion and extension has a secret agenda - the ability to foresee a movement and execute it without compulsion. "If you know what you're doing, you can do what you want." Moshe Feldenkrais
Yogis and non-yogis alike love this unusual, stress free way to explore ways of arching the back. This lesson looks at the "wave" of movement that travels from the feet to the shoulders, how the spine responds to the foot and hand's pressure, the shoulder and hip joint relationship, and maybe, discovering new possibilities for the backbend (Yoga wheel pose)
Whenever I teach my "top ten" series, this lesson is a must. Not only does it re-balance the two sides of the self, it harmonizes top and bottom. Oh, and let's not forget the diagonal relationship between opposite shoulders and hips. As with so many lessons, this one leads to a surprising, functional finale.
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