Have you ever looked across a parking lot and recognized someone by the way they held their body? If you’ve ever had this experience, picking out that person was initiated not by their face, but rather by their “body mold.” Essentially our bodies are held in a connective tissue mold, which is the practical interface for all manual and movement therapies. Understanding the basic principles of connective tissue allows us to create more effective movement strategies and also to heal the body more efficiently. For more information on connective tissue science, check out this weeks IRQTC training tips newsletter, which was filmed at this year’s National Qigong Association conference.
Be well and remember to break the mold!