Body-Mind or Mind-Body are part of a dichotomy.
They are individual and also unified as one.
Individual perceptions of researchers about this dichotomy vary slightly.
This site explores how wellness can be achieved through the understanding
and discipline of a variety of popular techniques and practices:
Bodywork [often referred to as Somatics, a term coined by
Dr. Thomas Hanna], consists of numerous forms including:
Dance, Alexander Technique, Bartenieff Fundamentals
Body-Mind Centering® (BMC), Dance, Feldenkrais Technique,
Tai Chi, Trager Work, Yoga
Alexander Technique, Bartenieff Fundamentals,
Dance, Body-Mind Centering (BMC),
Feldenkrais Technique, Tai Chi, Trager Work, Yoga
Practices of self directed thought
Diet & Nutrition
Although we tend to think of them as three separate
techniques they are interrelated as one.
The course offerings [Links] below are designed to help bring the body and
mind into balance:
Body - Mind Stress Release
Tai Chi Kung [Qigong]
-Swing - Lindy-Hop, Jitterbug, Jive
-Tango & Waltz
-Latin - Salsa, Merengue, Cha-Cha, Bachata.
THIS SITE was developed for the students of
Jon Devlin as an aid to the courses he devloped
at Otterbein University, and for anyone interested in this topic.
Send comments/questions to:
For information on Jon Devlin visit:
This site is an ongoing project...
...Please Check Back For Updates!
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