The Movement of Language


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This video is part of the Integrated Biotensegrity in Motion Symposium, screened in February 2021.

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Rachel Tudor

Rachel’s vision is for everyone to be able to move effortlessly and find joy in the easy motion of their bodies. Her fascination with the body began at a young age as the daughter of a renowned cardiologist. She would spend hours poring over her father’s medical and dissection texts, enthralled with the majesty of the human body.

Rachel has 30 years of experience as a movement professional teaching ballet, contemporary Pilates, fascia-focused and interdisciplinary movement.

She is the owner of Tudor Pilates, a fascia and biotensegrity informed studio that has evolved into a movement ‘lab’ serving a wide range of clients, from those with severe pathologies to those in elite athletics.