This month is the 50th anniversary of the School for Body-Mind Centering®. We began with 3 students in our living room in New York City.
Embodying our yolk sac and amniotic cavity offer us support in front bending, back bending, and in balancing.
Explore along with Bonnie how your pelvic diaphragm and perineal body and how they support the abdomen in this short video.
So many of us have been instructed to lift our sternums to achieve a form or posture. It’s a mechanical action that can tighten our spine, ribs, sternum, and shoulders.
Bonnie’s experience of the crura of the thoracic diaphragm differs from what’s found in the literature.
Our skin is our outer embracing membrane. It defines our form and is an intimate bridge between our feltsense of self and other. Explore along in this free class as we open our awareness to how we embody each of our three layers of skin.
This is an exploration on perceiving where the weight of your consciousness is.
We perceive through experience.
Information comes in through the back of the brain (lower hindbrain) and travels to the front of the brain (frontal lobe/cortex).
Nerves communicate with each other through spaces between them called synapses.
When we open the back of our brain (lower hindbrain) to receive information, the cells inform the brain. The brain can then organize this information into new patterns.
Part of empowering our voice is embodying its embryological beginnings and connection to our perineal body in the center of our pelvic diaphragm.
What happens when you explore fat as a dynamic fluid rather than resist or repress it?
What is the difference between visualization, somatization, and embodiment?
The pubic disk is the keystone of legs. That means transferring our weight through the pubic disk rather than the sacrum can free our spine.