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Face and Spine Relationships & Spatial Perception $39.00 USD Register Now $29.00 USD Forever Members enjoy early access, special pricing, and no expiration dates! If you’d like to take advantage of this special price, please add Forever Access here and then come back to this page to make your purchase. (If you have Forever Access - make sure you are logged in to make this pricing available.)

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Description

See and experience how fine-tuning of perception leads to more efficient, easy and graceful movement. This course is an opportunity to deepen your mind-body connection with Mary Bond, author of The New Rules of Posture: How to Sit, Stand and Move in the Modern World, a ground-breaking work that re-defines posture as orienting activity rather than as body positioning.

Objectives

Mary helps you deepen your embodied understanding of perceptual and biomechanical patterns. You will experience relationships between the visceral cranium (face) and the spine, including relevant bony articulations and myofascial connections. You will experience how your perception of your environment affects your posture and coordination. New awareness enables you to more accurately body-read your clients’ patterns, more precisely tailor your instructions to your clients’ needs, and to refine your own performance.



Concepts & Techniques

  • Basic theory of perceptual organization of posture and movement
  • Experiential work to demonstrate how perception affects coordination
  • Affect of tensions in the face on spinal mobility
  • Experiencing support through spatial orientation

Props & Equipment Used

Floor work

Workshop Level

  • Advanced
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate


Duration & Access

This workshop is  approximately 1 hour  long and you have 30 days of access (no expiration for  (No expiration for Forever Access Members)

 
 

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