Regular Posts Tagged ‘Franklin Method’
The Creative Practice: coming back to center
20th Mar 2011Posted in: Text 0

On days of mental fury, when everything feels mind-bottled, I seek spaces that remind me that I am a full-bodied percipient perceptible, not merely locked in my noggin. Turning to the central channel of the body fleshes my awareness out into the proprioceptors in my skin. 1. meditation – I am often deeply called to […]

Full range of motion: open mind, open body, open heart
10th Aug 2010Posted in: Text 1

Last Saturday evening at TEDxBoulder, an improv performance artist spoke to the late night crowd with this message: “If you want to change your thoughts, change your body.” He related how your body language makes you think and feel, and how you can affect positive changes by becoming aware of these postures and adapting a stance […]

‘You are the result of your practice.’
20th Jun 2010Posted in: Text 2

Feeling a little stiff in my neck, I headed to Pat Guyton’s Pilates Studio in Boulder, CO, on Saturday afternoon for a Franklin Method Workshop on “Imagery for A Healthy Spine,” thinking of improving my 9-5 M-F life that is spent primarily chair-bound staring at a glowing rectangle. I had experienced Franklin Method work through a […]