Expressive movement: posture and action in daily life, sports, and the performing arts
In this evocative and instructive work, Alexandra and Roger Pierce show you how you can change your habitual pattern of posture and movement and how this process can lead to improved performance as well as physical and psychological wellbeing.
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Somatics: Reawakening the Mind's Control of Movement, Flexibility, and Health
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Movement Expresses Values
Lifted by Gravity
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