Tutorial #3827

Scapulo-Humeral Rhythm

15 min - Tutorial
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How do you improve the rhythm of your scapulo-humeral relationship? In this quick tutorial, Lesley Powell breaks down the movements of the shoulder blades and the humerus to help you achieve better motion in your shoulder girdle. She also discusses some of her pet peeves with cueing and how the cues we often use can impact your movement.
What You'll Need: No props needed

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Jul 07, 2019
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The Teacher's Corner - Playlist 15: Embodied Anatomy

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Very informative tutorial - thank you
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This is great! I love getting this kind of information explained. I did an in-person workshop with Lesley Powell some years ago that I got a lot out of so I'm glad to see that she is teaching here! I didn't fully understand all of this and I felt it could be longer and involve more examples using common dance moves and I'd love to see it demonstrated in plank pose. Looking forward to more of her videos. Thank you for making Lesley Powell's teaching available here. 
Thanks for your reply.  Hopefully as you watch more of the series your questions can be answered.  Also I did a reformer class based on this material.  there are applications of this material into the repertory.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Lesley
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Vivian , yes... stay tuned for the series of classes and breakdowns that Lesley filmed (they'll all be coming out together -- this was the first one!).  And as Lesley said, she taught a Reformer class that supports all of the content we recently filmed with her.  It's fabulous and I know you'll gain from watching it and many of your questions will be addressed.  :)
Amy
Always love your work, Leslie.
Thank you Lesley Powell &  Amy Havens for your replies! I will watch the reformer one and look forward to seeing the forthcoming videos!  
I love this Lesley! The way you explain always resonates with me. I am so glad I was able to learn from you in person at your studio with Anthony Lett a few years back. One of my favorite learning experiences ever!!
Thanks for these type of tutorials!!

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