Posts tagged as 'neurodynamics'

Kinesthetic Thinking: Thoughts on Directing from “Neurodynamics”

Kinesthetic Thinking: Thoughts on Directing from “Neurodynamics”

What does it mean to “think” the directions? When we conceive of muscle activity, or the ability to influence muscle tone, we normally think in terms of actions- like raising the arm- that produce a definite contraction, or tensing, of the muscle. Being asked to simply “think” of allowing the head to go forward and up seems, in contrast, vague and intangible…

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Neurodynamics: An Introduction

Neurodynamics: An Introduction

Ted’s theory of Neurodynamics is based on two key principles: the musculoskeletal system and how it is designed to function, and our potential to gain greater awareness and control over the muscular system in action…

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Organization of Movement (4 papers)

All human movement contains a basic organizing principle, an active force that ensures effortlessness, vitality, and optimal control. This principle is the foundation for healthful functioning throughout life; it is also the basic mechanism over which we must gain control as the basis for higher levels of awareness and skill…

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