Covering the Eyes or palming is key to this lesson in tracking the relaxation of the optic nerve. Through a series of movements with the eyes using primarily saccades (jumping movements), vergence and squeezing the eyes, the excitation of the optic nerve is calmed allowing for the emergence of blackness in the visual field.
Covering the Eyes – AWY 10
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In this lesson, the excitation of the optic nerve is calmed allowing for the emergence of blackness in the visual field when the eyes are covered.
This lesson is an exploration of the movements of flexion. This creates length in the front of us and eases the muscular work of the back.
This lesson has many variations of circling the pelvis. It is great for freeing the hip joints and lower back while integrating the spine and the head.
This lesson creates a powerful ease and openness through the entire chest and back. Movements of the spine through the chest help to differentiate ribs and vertebra.
This lesson cultivates a twist through the torso coordinating the flexors and extensors. Alternately expanding the chest and abdomen improves the twisting.