Effortless Use of the Arms and Hands, vol. 2

Musicians & Computer Keyboard Users

$48.00

Author: Mary Spire
Media: MP3 Download, 5 Feldenkrais Lessons

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You will experience and focus on how to use the powerful, strong muscles of the lower back and pelvis to free the neck and shoulders, thus reducing the strain in the arms, fingers, and wrists. These lessons are especially beneficial for musicians, for people who work at computer keyboards and for anyone who wishes to improve the use of their arms and hands. By improving posture, breathing, coordination and thinking as you learn to move in new ways, you can prevent injury and improve your performance skills.

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Lessons Include:

  1. Lengthening Arms and Legs – 49:56
    On the back and side, coordinate your breathing with lengthening your arms, legs and spine.
  2. Increasing Mobility of the Spine and Chest – 53:33
    On the back and stomach, tilt legs and twist spine. 
  3. Hands Behind – 53:52
    On the back, differentiate the movements of your shoulders, chest, and spine while rolling your pelvis. 
  4. Opposing Movements of Shoulder Girdle, Head, and Pelvis – 50:21
    On the side, differentiate the movements between the arm and head, chest and pelvis. 
  5. Extending Arms and Knees – 54:09
    On the side, twist, soften and mobilize your rib cage to free your arms, shoulders, neck and pelvis.

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