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Themes of the Process

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1. Optimal pressure - defining levels of force

  • Hands press jaws - 80%, 40%, 20% pressure
  • Breathing pace, walking pace, running pace

2. Tapping - pulsations of rhythmic pressure

  • Tapping on the head, chest, kidneys, pelvis

3. Modes of response to pressure

  • Flexible undulating wave
  • Firm one-unit axis

4. Aligning the neck - the bottleneck of posture

  • Joined fingers, separated fingers - self feedback
  • Bent index knuckle between teeth - pull of resistance, straightening of neck backwards
  • Hand stabilizes chin with chest - neutralizing differentiation of neck
  • Hand combs hair - a passive elongation of neck
  • Using hand as foot - organizing upper back


Aligning the neck by drawing out the chest

5. Aligning the lumbar - bridging the critical link of the postural chain

  • Joined fingers, separated fingers - self feedback
  • Hand shortening anterior of belly - spacing out posterior lumbar vertebrae
  • Pushing feet on wall - flattening lumbar

6. Bouncing on the heels - springy pressure strengthening bone

  • Bouncing in rotations
  • Feet in and out
  • Wide basis - narrow basis
  • Inside/outside edge of foot
  • Crossed arms
  • Ringed arms
  • The efficient focus of pressure in the ball of the foot
  • Heels lower than floor surface
  • Bouncing on one foot

7. Strategies using a wall - confinement within support improves posture

  • Feet/shoulder interaction - pattern of walking
  • A knot on the wall - provocation and support of the vertical
  • Projector around a knot - three-dimensional adjustability
  • Two knots - redesigning alignment
  • Rumba in the strip - reciprocal interaction of hips/shoulders
  • Long back/short back - relationship between front and back
  • A tree in the forest - torso rotations along a roller

8. Domino effect - transmission of pressure from end to end

  • Wave response - proportional flexibility of undulating the curves
  • Axis response - tightening skeleton together to utilize pressure for antigravity straightening up
  • Hand on head, hand on wall - connecting head to chain of force
  • Heel thrusts toes/toes thrust heel - conditioning hip joints and spine on feet

9. Tantrum no, tantrum yes - the joy of assertiveness

  • Pounding feet and fists
  • Kicking heels and tapping elbows

10. Full breathing - pressure stimulates breath

  • Fragmented in-breath - stimulating out-breath
  • "Ha + 3" breathing formula - providing oxygen in dynamic activity

11. Arms - front legs deprived of original function

  • Hand-in-hand in a strip - non-habitual use that improves habit

12. Wrist - re-empowering the sustaining of pressure

  • Hand pushes wall - wrist organizes spine and pelvis in a spiral

13. Re-orientation of the hip joint - aligning the wheels

  • Bicycle on the side - stabilizing hip joint to pelvis
  • Bow and arrow - balancing hip joint while protecting the lumbar
  • Heel to ischium - releasing the anatomical freedom in the hip joint
  • Masculine pelvis - decreasing distance between hip joints, evoking straightening up


Safe navigation of force through the hip joint

14. Ribcage - the hard nut to crack

  • Ribs around the steering - redesigning rib basket

15. Feet - basis determines structure

  • Roman sandals - focus of pressure in the metatarsal for efficient walking
  • Demystification of reflexology - neurological connection between pressure in the ankle and disposition of the lumbar

16. Ankle - the multi-dimensional adjustment

  • Flexibility and stability in ankle - moving the body in relation to stationary ankle

17. Shoulder blades - substitute for not walking on all fours

  • Narrow/wide shoulder blades leaning on a wall - options in mastering the back
  • Shoulder blades up/down - balancing front and back in posture

18. Jaw - the original articulation steering the spine

  • Knee lying/knee standing - jaw/pelvis interaction to neutralize excess stress in jaw

19. Stomach lift - organizing viscera to enhance moving

  • Integrating yoga with motion - movement reinforces position

20. Springy knees - the condition for generating pressure

  • Knee bends knee - spontaneous springiness
  • Seesaw in crossed knees - foot/knee/back interaction
  • Knee in a strip - hand activates knee to de-program counter-productive pattern
  • Harness around knees - incorporating knees to chain of posture

21. Recreation time

  • Rolling from side to side - uniformity reforms
  • Figure eight circles of knees to chest - three-dimensional symmetry
  • Visualizing the inside of bone - recruiting the power of the subconscious
  • Dynamics of yawning - gift of nature to refill deficiency of oxygen
  • Visualizing anterior or posterior vertebrae processes - focusing intention determines long or short back
  • Imagination of ideal fall - re-programming trauma
  • Visualizing green leaf - reconciliation with hope
  • Bone consciousness - readiness to move
  • Red and pink meditation - oxygen to lungs, nourishment to bone

22. Transitions

  • From sitting on a chair to standing - synchronizing distribution of labor with the anti-gravity game of pressure
  • From lying to sideways sitting - free ride on the spiral
  • From crossed legs sitting to standing - heel steering rising
  • From standing to sitting on the floor - proportional sinking to neutralize fear of falling
  • From lying to frontal sitting - strengthening the back without penalty to neck-jaw-stomach
  • From lying to standing - competence inspires confidence
  • Commitment to consistent rhythm - guarantees harmonious coordination

23. Creeping - the prototype of organic locomotion

  • Foot pushes a wall - metatarsal serpenting the spine
  • Sweeping head - generating movement from the backbone
  • Head under the elbow - thrusting hand to solid ground as a mobilizing force
  • Straightening the bent knee - the lever of moving one step forward


Interaction of knee - spine in Creeping is releasing the cultural rigidity of the upper back

24. Primal swimming - the original leg/lumbar relationship

  • Loop of leg in swimming - rotation of leg organizes pelvis-spine-head

25. Crawling on all fours - the preliminary preparation for walking

  • Tiger crawl - bending the elbows

26. The harness - a loan of integration by means of a seven-meter cloth

  • Binding the harness - holding the body together
  • Lateral walk - skeleton as one unit in primal steps
  • Moving in harness - securing the anti-gravity axis of vertical posture
  • Padding the curves - protecting the vulnerable members

27. Running - perfecting dynamic movement

  • Running - restoring springiness
  • Bending knees in running
  • Running in harness with inclined head - continuity constructs uprightness

28. Jumping - the ultimate teacher for weight-bearing posture


The strip navigates posture to its vertical, empowered by the dynamic movement

  • Jumping in harness - safe learning of how to outsmart gravity
  • Breathing in jumping - "Ha + 3" formula for oxygen provision

29. African walk - deciphering the grace of effortless weight-bearing functioning

  • Load on head - a guide for adjusting the efficient alignment
  • Secure safety of neck - cooperating chest with no penalty to lumbar
  • Arms as oars - arm swings behind drawing out the chest; arm in front as a substitute for leg
  • Detachment of foot with no shaking to load on head - heel in the plane of leg and ischium
  • Ever-shifting projection of load - forward/backward ping-pong to reduce compression

30. Lifting weights - need for strength builds strength

  • Safe lifting weights - a challenge of mastering a well-synchronized and safe trajectory
  • Load on legs - stability of posture with springiness of knees
  • Load on wrists - engaging the spine through the wisdom of the spiral

31. Climbing - anti-gravity crawling

  • Dynamics of climbing - pulling body to hand
  • Pulling arms in pairs - controlled resistance to elevate body tone
  • Rock climbing - pulling a rope in pairs
     


The function of climbing – moving against resistance

 

32. Sphincters - the inner anti-gravity network

  • Map of sphincters - hand representation to facilitate mastery
  • Activating sphincters - indispensable factor in anti-gravity movement

33. Isometric pressure - self resistance

  • Handcuffs - closed circuit of heightened inner pressure

34. Equilibrium - the constant engagement of the brain

  • Negotiating for reliable equilibrium - a perspective of integration
  • Training in pairs - controlled loss of stability to regenerate resourcefulness for recovering equilibrium

35. Falling - training in strategies for avoiding injury

  • Squatting - proportional sinking within rotation
  • Rolling back and forth from lying on the floor to standing- competence and agility to overcome fear of falling
  • Initiated falling - becoming familiar with loss of stability

36. Models of organic locomotion

  • Homo/contra-lateral - arm-leg interaction in a variety of combinations
  • Silken scarf on long roller - undulating pressure in a pace of canon
  • Swinging fall - pushing wall in a whip style
  • Step-up/down - walking pattern initiated from the arms
  • Cow model - neck curving in
  • Horse pattern - neck curving out
  • Skipping goats - leaping from one foot to both in rhythm
  • Rooster fight - thrusting on one leg
  • Gliding sideways - a reminder of lightness
  • Descending a slope - velocity avoids slippery
  • Climbing uphill - falling up monkey style


Restoring balance – roosters fight

37. Nutrition aspect - research and facts

  • Foods rich in calcium and minerals
  • What to eat / not to eat - the risk of disrupting Ph balance
  • Grandmothers' remedy - raw calcium directly from nature
     

38. Table - a break for refreshing posture

  • Half sitting/half standing - load on pelvis, legs are free

39. Doorway - superb device for setting uprightness

  • Back to one post, arms push the other - confining spine to straighten up
  • Pressing shoulder blades up / down - the key to vertical alignment

40. Chairs - generating vitality in sitting

  • Uplifting head and chest from pushing foot to ground
  • Bouncing the heels - raising body tone while straightening curves
  • Cross crawl pattern - hands walking on legs
  • Erect upper back - utilizing edge of chair, arm neutralizes neck
  • Leaning on hands to raise body - shifting in distribution of labor
  • Hip joint determines posture - knee rowing up / down / forward / backward
  • Foot pushing a wall - cultivate the pathway for anti-gravity force
  • Strategies for safely getting in and out of chairs - spiral/frontal configuration.


Ping pong head tail - chair as an opportunity for refreshing posture

 

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