Loving or liking yourself is on the verge of becoming a cliché. Just because it’s a cliché doesn’t mean it lacks value! Really, could the Dali Lama, Buddha and Lao-tzu all be wrong? Without doubt, buried in the comments of these great men you will also find the concept of MINDFULNESS! Seems mindfulness is showing […]
It was Carl Honore, in his book, “In Praise of Slowness,” that the phrase “Slow Movement” was coined. It has inspired people to spread ideas about the value of slowness and it is sprouting up in several venues. A subculture is born.
We don’t all have to be Shaolin Monks to take advantage of the many and profound benefits of a mindfulness practice. Mindfulness practice actually isn’t all about the mind. It’s much more about discovering the mind/body connection.
What makes a top athlete, circus performer and professional dancer so much different than the rest of us? They have invested hours of refining their body maps in relation to an activity they are passionate about.
A great deal of influence on Moshe Feldenkrais in developing his method was his study and curiosity of how babies move and develop movement skills that take them from sucking for nourishment to standing, walking, running and playing.