I taught this lesson back in 2011 at the Chilson Senior Center in Loveland, Colorado. I had forgotten about it until my former student, now practitioner, Susan Steel, taught it at one of her practicums for her training. She had messaged me and told me people were interested in its source.
Well, the source was me. It was one of those days where I hadn’t prepared a lesson for the class. I thought, “I’ll just go in there and see what comes of it”. And this is what came of it. A very cool and intricate lesson separating and integrating the movements of the eyes, jaw, head, and knees.
After Susan told me she taught it I asked her to send me a copy. Within a few days, the original CD that I printed for her (I used to record and sell CDs of my classes to my students back in those days) arrived in the mail.
Eventually, I got around to doing it. And I have to say, it’s a pretty cool lesson!
Benefits of this lesson:
- Ease TMJ issues
- New freedom in your neck
- Create lightness in your chest and shoulders
- Increase your ability to turn
- Gain a more complete sense of self