|iAt head of title:|aA body-mind centerting approach to
|a[S.l.] :|bBonnie Bainbridge Cohen,|cc2011.
|a3 videodiscs (294 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aFor private home use only.
|aThe skeletal system gives our body the basic form through which we locomote through space, act on the environment, and sculpt and create the energy forms in space that we call movement. Through embodying the skeletal system, the mind becomes structurally organized, providing the supporting ground for our thoughts, the leverage for ideas, and the fulcrums or spaces between our ideas for the articulation and understanding of their relationships. Embodiment of the skeletal system provides the foundation for the psychophysical qualities of clarity, effortlessness and form.