Malcolm's Lectures on Man's Supreme Inheritance (video)
Introductory Lecture (historical, philosophical, educational context) 30/4/20 36 mins
Update 13/2/21 - I have removed many of the videos and audios previously posted because of limited memory on my website, leaving only a selected few that we may need for training going forward. However, I have kept copies of them all; please contact me with the date if possible if you need particular videos or audios from the archive.
Semi-supine talk throughs
Malcolm 29/4/20 21 mins
Jane O 13/5/20 22 mins
Jane O 21/5/20 25 mins
Sallie's Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology (video)
1) A brief history of the study of anatomy 6/5/20 27 mins
2) An introduction to the terminology used in anatomy 13/5/20, 16 mins & notes
Other talks, games and/or discussions (video & audio)
On "allowing the neck to be free" - what is "Direction"? The difference between thinking, feeling and doing (discussion with Jane, Peter, Malcolm and others) 13/5/20 video, 22 mins
The transcript of Walter's lecture mentioned during the discussion is here.
The Use of the hands in teaching - general directions in terms of overall intent. Game with Peter and discussion. 14/5/20 video, 32 mins
The Stroop Test for Inhibition document - Game with Malcolm on 20/5/20
The Pharynx, Game with Sue F 25/6/20, video, 22 mins & notes
'Towards a Practical Philosophy for Building a Successful AT Practice' - Talk with Peter on 21/5/20, notes.
Use of the arms, in general and teaching musicians with Janet P-E on 16/7/20, video 21 mins
"Where am I?", preparation before lying down in semi-supine with Karen Wentworth, video 5 mins
Balancing on the legs and feet, game with Jane O on 9/7/20, video 17 mins
Inhibition & Direction, class discussion - Jamie, Brita, Malcolm, Peter and others, 16/7/20, video 12 mins
More: Scoliosis and teaching the AT, a brief talk by Peter, 8/7/20, audio 7 mins & and another discussion about working with scoliosis and/or with different leg lengths, 9/7/20, video 14 mins. Another excellent resource for AT teachers about teaching people with scoliosis is here. There is also mention of working with different leg lengths in Lulie Westfeldt's book, especially pp. 86-7.
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