Rehearsal 1: ‘when we are touched, all our body is touched’
- by Marie
- in research fascia
- posted April 15, 2021
Rehearsal at Trinity Laban (TL) 9/12/20
Inspired by Oschman: ‘when we are touched, all our body is touched’ Anatomy Trains (Myers, 2014 p. 17)Communication between the cells.
Move one body part and feel the whole body is moving. Listening and allowing the info to travel
-when moving in isolation, the movement feels more mechanical (joint movement)
When integrated : more aware of the breath
– restricted and injured area: doesn’t travel. Need to engage another structure for it to travel. Eg: arm flexion: need to engage shoulder, scapula and image stretching up and pushing down into the floor.
Trial 2: stiff area/rigid part of the body. Like injury, no gliding, movement restriction.
Findings: similar to ci and point of contact. The body has to reorganise itself and orientate itself in relation to…