New Release - Embodied Anatomy and the Ligamentous System

Thu, 2015-01-15 09:29 -- admin

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Bonnie's brand new DVD on the Ligamentous System is the latest in her Embodied Anatomy DVD series is now available!

Ligaments set the boundaries of movement between the bones. They coordinate and guide muscular responses by directing the paths of movement between the bones and provide specificity, clarity, and efficiency for the alignment and movement of the bones. Actively engaged ligaments underlie specific and effortless movement of joints. Ligaments support the psychophysical quality of detailed specificity.

This 6-disc set includes sections on:

Explorations of the ligaments
Finding the spiraling action of ligaments
Capsular ligaments
Synovial joints
Ligaments of the hands
Ligaments of the forearms
Ligaments of the elbows
Ligaments of the shoulders and shoulder girdles
Ligaments of the ribs
Ligaments of the spine
Ligaments of the pelvis
Ligaments of the hips
Ligaments of the knees
Ligaments of the forelegs
Ligaments of the feet and ankles
Differentiating flesh and bone
Embryological development of the ligaments
Excerpts on the philosophy of embodiment

This exciting new DVD features more than 90 original illustrations by Bonnie.

You can see clips from this and other DVDs on Bonnie's YouTube Channel.

All of the Embodied Anatomy DVDs were filmed live at Bonnie's workshops. They are a wonderful opportunity to directly experience her teaching at home for further study and deepening understanding, or as an introduction to her work. Because the videos are of her teaching during class, they are also a great way to experience and review her workshops as many times as you'd like, in the comfort of your own home or studio, and for a fraction of the price.

Bonnie also has Embodied Anatomy DVDs available on the: Lower Limbs, Upper Limbs, Axial Skeleton, Organ System, Endocrine System, Nervous System, Fluid System as well as DVDs on Four Special Children, Dance and Body-Mind Centering®, and Origins of Movement.