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A Spring-Loaded Suspension System By Any Other Name...

Author:   Gorman, David
ISBN:   ATBOOKS050
Publisher:   ATI
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Tensegrity has become a buzzword in some fields of physiology in the last few years. In this workshop, David explores the model of human functioning he discovered back in 1982 and compares it to the above presentations. His model reveals our design as inherently integrated creatures securely grounded and fully organized for free, effortless movement. According to this model, muscles don't hold us up nor contract to move us, but act as sensitive detectors of instability and respond by suspending us in an elastic web of adjustable support that follows us around, springing us into activity. The model shows that when we interfere with this natural integration, we become divided into parts (creating separate mind and body) and inevitably end up with chronic pain, tension, and joint damage, strains and other
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