So many people complain about tight hamstrings without realizing that flexibility comes from the back and hip flexors. This lesson offers a few challenging moves – just remember, less is more!
Sylvain (verified owner) – May 13, 2017:
I felt the need to write a review to thank you!
I have never sat like this, of course I’m on my sitbones, that’s one thing, but it’s the first time I feel like I’m meeting the seat with my whole pelvic floor freely expanding and adapting to the seat. The area feels so wide, and the lumbar and pelvis area aren’t sending back any sign of having to work to keep me seated !
I’ve been misusing my legs pretty much my whole life, going from one belief about running to another, and on top of that, my main sport has been soccer since I’m a little kid ! Right now, I have the least flexible legs I have ever experienced in my life, but in this one Awareness Through Movement lesson (ATM) I already learnt so much that I’d love to explore it some more!
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This lesson is a perfect example of why Feldenkrais said "It's flexible brains I'm after." You will feel revitalized in body and mind after this one. Great for those who want to improve walking.
We really don't pay enough attention to our feet. Yet how your feet and ankles work affects how you stand and walk, impacting on the organization of your hips and back. This lesson looks at how a small movement of the foot can change everything.
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)
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