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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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Scars, Organs and Movement

Most people, when they see scar tissue or a scar on the skin, think: “I’m seeing a healed scar”. But we professionals must look further! When I come across a patient’s scar, I think in mechanical aspects such as pressure, stretching, changes in this tissue in relation to itself and its interfaces with other tissues…

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Yasmin Lambata

Feeling held

 Feeling held versus holding the body upright“Feeling held versus holding the body upright” is how I would describe a felt sense of “tensional integrity”. Where standing or walking feel effortless. There is little or no strain, no need to engage the core, align the spine or activate individual muscles. A sense of wholeness or oneness…

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Elizabeth Andes-Bell

Biomimicry in the Fitness Space; how Fascial Research is Redefining Fitness for the 21st Century.

(Plus 5 take-aways for you to weave ‘new fitness’ into your practice.) by Elizabeth Andes-Bell The Evolution of Fitness Like the rest of the world, fitness is changing. So are our reasons for wanting to be fit. For this article, I spoke with three leaders in the field, Wendy LeBlanc Arbuckle (WLBA), Chris Morita Clancy…

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Elizabeth Andes-Bell

Biomimicry in the Fitness Space; how Fascial Research is Redefining Fitness for the 21st Century.

(Plus 5 take-aways for you to weave ‘new fitness’ into your practice) The Evolution of Fitness          Like the rest of the world, fitness is changing. So are our reasons for wanting to be fit. For this article, I spoke with three leaders in the field, Wendy LeBlanc Arbuckle (WLBA), Chris Morita Clancy (CMC) and…

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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Integrating Our Quantum Anatomy into Movement Education

Practical details Date: 22nd September 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK timePresenter: Elizabeth Andes-Bell and Bruce BellTitle: Integrating Our Quantum Anatomy into Movement Education Elizabeth Andes-Bell and Bruce Bell join us for a discussion of integrating fascial toning and biotensegral principles into somatic experience so that students/clients recover, regenerate and embody balance and harmony. They briefly cover four areas of…

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