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Pioneering movement educator Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen describes her innovative approach to embodiment, movement analysis, and movement re-education through her collected articles and interviews from Contact Quarterly,
- Basic Neurocellular Patterns: Exploring Developmental Movement
- Sensing, feeling, and action
- Release technique
- Sensing, Feeling, and Action (3rd edition)
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Basic Neurocellular Patterns: Exploring Developmental Movement
CQ: You t,llk of 'embodiment' Dften in your work. CDuld you say some- tbing about it? Be: A good example is a newborn in- fant. Their hand goes across their face and at first there is only a momentary recognition of something going across their eyes. After awhile, as they devel- op a little further, the hand will go a- cross their eyes and they'll follow it, but there's not the recognition that it's their hand yet.
Movement is the unifying bond between the mind and the body, and sensations are the substance of that bond. My experiences with these teachers, my academic study, and my clients have shown me that movement—moving with mindfulness—is an essential component of Somatic IFS. My eight-month-old granddaughter, Sadie, is my most recent movement teacher. Applying my knowledge to my observation of her motor development has been fascinating. I was present at her birth and was awed by the power of her spinal push—head to tail and tail to head—as she worked with and pushed against the uterine contractions to birth herself.
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Sensing, feeling, and action
In dance , release technique is any of various dance techniques that focus on breathing , muscle relaxation, anatomical considerations, and the use of gravity and momentum to facilitate efficient movement. It can be found in modern and postmodern dance , and has been influenced by the work of modern dance pioneers, therapeutic movement techniques such as Feldenkrais and Alexander Technique , and yoga and martial arts. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries dancers began to question the rigidity and formality of classical ballet. Isadora Duncan in particular articulated the need for dance which she described as being connected to the earth, sensuality and the natural body. In pursuit of this goal, pioneers such as Margeret D'Oubler, Martha Graham , Rudolf von Laban and Doris Humphrey began to invent new dance techniques that involved radically different movement. For example, D'Oubler envisioned dance based on scientific analysis of human anatomy and movement; Humphrey's technique focused on allowing gravity and momentum to affect the body; Hawkins advanced the idea that physiologically efficient movement is inherently beautiful.
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by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen thoughts, feelings, energy, soul, and spirit. Bonnie is the author of the books Sensing, Feeling and Action and The Mechanics.
CQ: You t,llk of 'embodiment' Dften in your work.
Sensing, Feeling, and Action (3rd edition)
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Хейл хмыкнул себе под нос и убрал упаковку тофу. Затем взял бутылку оливкового масла и прямо из горлышка отпил несколько глотков. Он считал себя большим знатоком всего, что способствовало укреплению здоровья, и утверждал, что оливковое масло очищает кишечник. Он вечно навязывал что-то коллегам, например морковный сок, и убеждал их, что нет ничего важнее безукоризненного состояния кишечника.
Pioneering movement educator Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen's innovative approach to embodiment, movement analysis and reeducation, Body-Mind Centering®, is.