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The challenge of communicating the language of biotensegrity

Developing the language I use with clients when trying to communicate the biotensegral nature of fascia and movement is an endless journey of exploration. This topic is an area that appears to have almost no boundaries…but that’s the point, isn’t it? The potentias of the human condition is almost limitless, and so by trying to…

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Why is biotensegrity a better explanation of our movement than traditional biomechanics?

“The commonly accepted ‘tower of blocks’ model for vertebrate spine mechanics is only useful when modeling a perfectly balanced, upright, immobile spine. Using that model, in any other position than perfectly upright, the forces generated will tear muscle, crush bone and exhaust energy……..” Stephen Levin[1] In her book Yoga, Fascia, Anatomy and Movement (reference as…

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Authors Lisa Babiuk and Paul Thornley

Monthly Members’ Webinar – Movement and language: a discussion around biotensegrity as it applies to athletic performance and injury reduction.

Practical details Date: 24th November 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK timePresenters: Lisa Babiuk and Paul ThornleyTitle:  Movement and language: a discussion around biotensegrity as it applies to athletic performance and injury reduction. Summary: The biomechanical model has been based on the concept that we can dissect parts, study how they work and then, once everything is analysed,…

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