Before the recording began, we looked at the shape of the pelvis, and found our own. Take a moment to bring your hands to the hip bones, and to notice the height, width, and shape of your pelvis, and how it connects to the spine from the saccrum.
Please prop yourself with a folded yoga mat, bolster, or folded towel.
Otherwise, you may choose to use a chair, with room for your hand to rest behind you, if that works. Throughout the lesson your needs may change.
At the end of the lesson, if you wonder what I am doing, I am walking on the floor using my sitting bones only. That means lifting one sitting bone, skootching it forward and setting it down, lifting the other, and so on.
AY stands for Alexander Yanai, the street where Moshe Feldenkrais gave many lessons. We did not do the complete ATM, but if you are interested, I'll gladly share with you another audio copy.
My audio skills will improve, I hope, as we "move" forward.