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WORKSHNF,T _ SIMPLE STEP-BY-STEP ALDO4NDER TECHNIQUE
Author - Michele MacDonnell
According to our text, what should we think aboutwhen squatting or lunge squatting? \ilhat
shoUld we avoid?
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WORKSHEET _ SIMPLE STEP-BY-STEP ALEXANDER TECHNIQAE
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separate the legs from the torso.
2) The hip joints are at the , sides of the pelvis and almost level with the pubis.
dancers call'qturning out" occurs at the hip joints, and your degree of tu
These curves bring our body to balance and act as shock absorbers.
When we "pull up" we "shift the line of gravity to the back."
the spine, interferes with breathing, and puts excess work on the back
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\-' .t/Nu-e the four major joints ofthe arm.
Wrist, elbow, shoulder, and the sternoclavicular joint (unction of the collarbone and the sternum).
What are the 2 major mapping errors related to the arm structure?
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to your text, what should we think about when kneeling? What should we avoid?
nink about releasing in your hips, knees, and ankle joints." "Avoid placing your hands on your
knee as you go from kneeling to standing as you will c