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Day 2 – Advisory Panel with today’s speakers

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Day 1 – Advisory Panel with today’s speakers

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Day 2 Introduction and acknowledgment of current situation

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Day 3 – Advisory Panel with today’s speakers

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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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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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