By William S. Leigh
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How does that change what you experience? Now can you feel that bone? Can you feel how the muscle is attached? What am I doing? Can you feel how it is moving? Now move your elbow straight out and straight in slowly. What do you experience in your chest? " I asked. She answered, "No," and laughed. The mind can only focus on one thing at a time; by completely attending to what was happen ing she had bypassed the pain. From then on she and her whole family travelled to San Fran cisco to have the painless Rolfer work on their bodies.
As I worked, my eyes began to water and tears rolled down my cheeks. I was surprised and amazed, for I had no feeling or thoughts of grief. I was quite happy, yet here I was crying. Then I looked in the mirror and saw that tears were washing down both of Randy's cheeks. This was the first time I found that my body told me where my client was emotionally. In fact, over the years I have found that sometimes I can feel their emotions before they do. " Now I feel the sadness, then wait a few moments and ask if they are sad.
D. It was my first lesson in my first class with Ida. I had memorized the recipe for the first Rolfing session. I was working the soft tissue Ida w orking with a of the chest, moving it headward and toward the midline. I felt the rib cage rise and expand. " Ida asked. I named the muscles. " she continued. I said I didn't know. She asked again, and again I said I didn't know. We went through this a third time. Then Ida turned to her assistant and asked him what I was doing in class when I could not answer these questions.
A Zen approach to bodytherapy: From Rolf to Feldenkrais to Tanouye Roshi by William S. Leigh