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Embodying Anatomy versus Studying Anatomy

Generally, when anatomy is taught as I learned it, and as I see it taught elsewhere, you’re given visual pictures of it. We have an image of it but we don’t have the kinesthesia of it within ourselves. The studying that we’re doing at the school is highly selective in terms of receiving input; we go from one system to the other – now we’re going into the senses, now we’re going to acknowledge the information from the skeleton, now from the muscles, now from the organs, etc. By acknowledging each one …

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