The Kinesthetic Sense

Awareness Through Movement is oriented completely different than exercise. You’ve heard of the phrase, “no pain, no gain”? That’s an exercise aphorism. That’s a mantra that justifies the unpleasantness of your exertion. But what if exertion, or rather it’s potential for amping up the nuerological noise, is masking the problem? 

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The Knife and the Screwdriver

So many of the pains and injuries we accumulate over our lives—the back aches, the weak knee, the sore neck, bunions—are rehearsed, acquired and maintained through the way you habitually move.  You build injuries by combining effort with ignorance. It can happen in a single action, or spread over a long time and 1,000’s of repetitions, with each turn of the screw hidden in your muscular habit. 

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