The Power and the Grace


Finally, a book about teaching movement that is as much about the brain and how we learn best, as it is about the movement outcomes we desire. Knowing what we want from a client in terms of posture or movement, is often the easy part. Knowing how to communicate that in a way that is meaningful to them and that creates a true, lasting change is the real challenge. There is so much wisdom in this book to that end. Teaching your clients how to sense themselves more accurately, removes the necessity for restrictive postural cues that are often actually inhibiting normal, functional movement.