“A few weeks have passed since we completed the Body In Motion Anatomy course & I’ve just been allowing the learning to sink in & to filter through all the many things we discussed in class. I’m so glad I took the course – at first, I felt slightly overwhelmed but as I continued, and became used to the language & terminology I actually began to really enjoy it – and now I’m left with a deep appreciation for our body (the design, how it works and functions, how it supports our living life – it is truly amazing)
This has given me a great foundation to move forward and learn more and I find myself really developing an interest (& being drawn to) posture, walking, body image, emotions and our body/personal well-being – a whole new world has opened up & it is both exciting and fascinating. It’s as if I found a “sunken treasure chest” and it so compliments the other studying/learning I’ve done over the past couple of years.
I also want to thank you for your wonderful teaching – your knowledge, training and experience is fabulous and you presented things in such a way as to be understandable even if we didn’t have an anatomy background, yet at the same time it was taught at a level that drew you into it and upward to a higher level of learning, awareness and possibility. It actually has had a very profound effect on me – like a reaching inside of myself and pulling something out that has been asleep.
The other students in the class were great – all different backgrounds and interests and all of us with different intentions – yet we all benefited so greatly from each other.
There was such a wonderful spirit there from everyone & I miss coming to class.
I think the thing that strikes me most about the body structure (& I’ve spent some time observing this as I walk) – is the wonderful gliding of the shoulder blades, the gliding of the pelvic bones and then the rolling of the knees and the rolling of the feet – it’s glide & roll, glide & roll. In my mind I see a graceful, moving human being who is whole and well and their body functioning as it is meant to. It is truly amazing! Thank you again for everything & I wish you lots of wonderful success as you too move forward and continue learning, teaching and contributing to others.
I’ll keep in touch for further classes in the fall and please feel free to use any of the above on your website (I still haven’t figured out the blog business) – the human body is much more interesting to me.”