One thing I love about Feldenkrais lessons is the variety of learning opportunities. This lesson explores dozens of ways of doing the same thing, without every getting boring.
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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
After teaching this lesson one day, a student told me, "This lesson should be titled, 'Pelvis, Pelvis, Pelvis.'". It's all about how your center affects everything else - your balance, your comfort, your stance. It also happens to be one of my all time favorite lessons.
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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