Somatic Movement Education allows efficient movement patterns to replace inefficient ones, resulting in ease of movement, more functional postural alignment, and the creation of space for the healing response of cellular and tissue reorganization. This book provides clear experiential guidance for embodiment of the skeletal system, through movement facilitation, hands-on facilitation, and movement meditations, supported by essential anatomical information and illustrations. Intended as a guide for movement practitioners, educators, and therapists in many disciplines and by anyone interested in mindful movement, the book addresses the healthy embodiment of each bone and joint in the body as well as techniques for bringing awareness to the skeletal system as a whole. The book is accompanied by a series of recorded movement meditations guided by the author.
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||18 December 2018
Mark C. Taylor is a somatic movement educator and therapist. Originally a choreographer, dance company director, and movement educator, he served on the faculties of Princeton University (USA) and the University of Limerick (Ireland). He worked as Program Director for Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen’s School for Body-Mind Centering®, and developed a deep interest in somatic movement pedagogy while teaching in the school’s programs in the U.S. and Europe. In 2006 he founded the Center for BodyMindMovement, providing certification training in Somatic Movement Education with sites in Pittsburgh,PA, Mexico City, São Paulo, Brazil, and Santiago, Chile. He is a board member and past president of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association (ISMETA).
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