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Accordion Roll
Ralph Hadden
12:00
Fun, pleasant, relaxing. Simple lesson, hold knees, roll side to side.
Essential Back #1
Actor
Ralph Hadden
42:40
Improve extension, reach up easily, spread ribcage, free the breath, connect feet to body and hand, counteract "desk slouching".Turning pelvis, reach hand up, look at hand. Inspired by Alan Questel.
AY305: Continued Visualizations of a Ball that Rolls
Brent Shaub
57:40
Lying on the stomach and having a ball comb through various parts of the legs and torso to bring clarity and new information to parts of yourself that are often overlooked in daily life.
Balancing the Front Muscles & the Back Muscles
Joanna deBurgh
53:00
Daily 5-Minute Back Care
Ralph Hadden
7:40
At completion of a Back workshop I taught this series of moves which can make a nice 5-minute daily loosen-up. (Takes about 9 minutes to learn, but becomes a 5-minute routine.)
Essential Back #2
Feet and Whole Body
Ralph Hadden
12:00
Flex
Ralph Hadden
32:00
Fold forwards, head, elbow and knee towards each other. Release lower back, mobilise chest.
Essential Back #3
Lengthening the spine
Joanna deBurgh
49:20
Lengthening the Spine in Standing
Joanna deBurgh
47:40
Mind Your Own Business -- Giving Up Resistance (1 of 2)
Gerald Sullivan
74:20
The process of softening the back awakens us to the experience of allowing rather than resisting. Assists in releasing insecurity and fear moving towards an experience of trusting and allowing.
Mind Your Own Business -- Giving Up Resistance (2 of 2)
Gerald Sullivan
43:20
The process of softening the back awakens us to the experience of allowing rather than resisting. Assists in releasing insecurity and fear moving towards an experience of trusting and allowing. Part 2
Pearls on a String
Brent Shaub
59:00
Lying on back, then raising the spine, experimenting with movements of the pelvis to free low back and hip tension. May also improve symmetry of the shoulder blades and spine.
Pull Yourself Together -- From Fragmentation to Wholeness (2 of 2)
Gerald Sullivan
85:00
Inviting all areas of the body to work in unison brings about a more harmonious whole body function, which promotes a focused, entered self-perception. Connectedness, completion and wholeness. Part 2
Reaching Back
Bob Chapra
52:40
Rolling to Side Sit
Brent Shaub
69:40
Using the momentum of the pelvis and spinal column when rolling to the side whilst holding the lower leg to lengthen the leg and end up side-sitting. A bit complex in the description of the movements
Rotation Coordination
Bob Chapra
48:40
Side Bend
Ralph Hadden
25:40
Essential Back #4
The Jaw and the Spine
Joanna deBurgh
52:20
Thread Imaging
Bob Chapra
56:40
Visualizations of threads pulling on different aspects of the spine. A highly internal lesson with subtle movements rich in detail.


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