“Is the technique for The Swan and Rocking the same.” I believe it is. Their proprietary reason for being dwells in the move toward greater spine-extension flexibility. Rocking-on-stomach exercises feature varying alignment, choreography, or tempo, the technique is, generally, the same. Find T6 and work outward in either direction. I’d like to know if you’ve… continue reading
LET’S DO THE TWIST! You twist that spine! The Saw, The Spine Twist, The Twist (after snake), and the list goes on! Make it a helix, Felix! “Helix The Cat!” Grrrrrr.
AND GET OUT OF NEUTRAL. It only makes sense from a passive application (i.e., a relaxed musculature). An exclusionary-lower-back-technique is at odds with the concept of muscular uniformity (i.e., all muscles are treated equally in exercise…..to their fullest potential!). “What about the kyphosis?” Good question. The neutral-spine fallacy disobeys any fair sense of geometric application,… continue reading
Right? One of the essences’s’s’s of The Method! It’s in so many exercises! See if you can number them all! Play at home, it’s fun! Let’s not even get into the organic nature of the spine-shape itself; we’ll be here all night! Flex yourself! Paid for by a grant from the University of Contrology, Bryn Mawr, PA