Tai Chi, Fascia & Whole-Body Movement

The Internal Athlete

As I mentioned before, my partner is a specialist in conservation and ecology which is great because I am always keen to learn more about wildlife and nature. In particular I am consistently fascinated at how all of Earth’s inhabitants, from the tiniest of bacteria to the biggest of mammals, are inextricably linked through one vast ecological web. When running nature workshops for children my partner often illustrates this by building a working model of an ecological web using many bits of twine. All of the children assist with the construction; each tentatively holds their own a piece of string which represents some aspect of, or creature from, the natural world. All the threads are then tied together to form a delicate web and thus the many facets of our ecology are visibly connected and the constant but gentle pressure of the integrated structure is felt by each individual. Pull…

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