In this episode, we discuss the many facets of structural integration. How it diverges from the traditional biomechanical model of the body, facilitates personal growth, and how it's an experiential process, not one that can be adequately appreciated through knowledge alone. We discuss how people often have trouble letting go of parts of their identity, even when their experiences prove to be contrary to their previous knowledge. We talk about how art, not anatomy, helped us become better practitioners and why people who are curious are good at receiving structural integration.
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Further information on topics discussed in this episode:
Blog post on understanding the human body - Forget Anatomy and Take on Art
Our SI instructor - John Latz
Drawing resource - Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, Betty Edwards
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