The Fabric of Wholeness : Biological Intelligence and Relational Gravity – Carol Agneessens

The Fabric of Wholeness : Biological Intelligence and Relational Gravity

A Rolfing trainer and practitioner for twenty-four years presents a unique and original inquiry into the nature of gravity and gravity’s influence on human movement potential. The easy-to-read book links physics, human physiology, somatics, and Eastern understandings of underlying unity, bridging theory and practice with lively examples and concluding that gravity is fundamental to the development of biological intelligence.

Author: Carol Agneessens
ISBN: 9780967036274
Pages: 237 pages
Format: PDF
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