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Berkeley Center Movement Intensive Day #3 of 5
ttygarcia
  • Diaphragm anatomy
  • Movement led by Kate
  • Cake and Music for Cathy's 60th
  • Collaboration on sections of the class (see below)
  • Movement led by Regina
  • Watching people move

Warm Up
Breathing
Easy Moves, gentle
Getting Acquainted
Midrange moves
Loosen joints, all
Engage diaphragm
Feeling within
Fun
Self-realization
Waking up
Yawning
Slow to peppy
Pause
Language needs to be concise
Instructions

-jog
-wing rock
-hitchhike
-step
-arm swing
-hip circle

Stretch
Yawning
Breathing
Feeling within
Increasing awareness
Slow
Deepening
Extending
Full range
Pause
Elongation
Turning inward
Deeply moving diaphragm
Slow, long, spacious music
Mostly upper body

5 Main Movements
-arm forward & up
-arm to side
-arm out & over
-arms, one in & one out
-hanging over

Circle
Midrange hip
Full range hip
Fun
Slow
Peppy
Prep for larger movements
Balance w group support
Stretch psoas
Using more space
Combine & create sequences
Simple to complex
Dancing
Sequencing
Coming together

-pelvic lift, i.e. "hip hike"
-grapevine
-dip & bow
-tapping
-tracing edges feet

Partners
Easy & fun
Midrange
Deepening awareness
Pause
Support
Use concise language
Body to body communication
Self-awareness
Hands-on
Full range
Feeling self with support
Biofeedback
Intimate & or uncomfortable
Connect with hiding places
Boundaries
Stuff comes up
Know your limits & express them
Allowing
Being attentive to your body & other boundaries
Playground

Across the Floor
Fun
Breathing
Diaphragm
Being seen, front & back
Forward & backward
Expression
Chaos
Socialization
Partners
Opposition of limbs to reach diaphragm
Balance & coordination
Crossing
Dancing
Moving
New moves
Remembering old forgotten moves

On the Floor
Feeling within
Breathing
Deepening awareness
Integrated
Less movements
More slow movements, deepening
Pause
Spine
Being with
Slipping into subconscious
Without judgment
Getting under habitual mind
Dropping words into consciousness
Support
Relaxation
Going inward
Integration
Detachment
Concise language
Articulate what you want from your body through words

All of the Above
Breathing
Easy movement
Loosening the joints
Engage the diaphragm
Feeling within
Fund
Waking up
Deepening awareness
Pause
Language needs to be concise
Teacher feeing in, in order to give instructions from the body to the body
Verbal "slipping in"
Self-realization
Awareness
Taking care of yourself
Caring for the health of our emotional & physical bodies