This article is about a common misconception that the brain contains a “motor map” of our muscles in the sense in which we normally understand when we think about maps (one-to-one representation). It further explains the term “distributed activation” in movement research and then compares it with the Baseworks Distributed Activation.
How one approaches a practice is a key to building a self-sufficient fallback tool to reset across any circumstance. The secret is to re-discover and develop the ability to tune in to what is appropriate across the randomness of life.
Although we are obviously consciously aware of the position of our body parts in space, it is often assumed that >>
Behavior change is subtle, sometimes not even visible. Yet the day-to-day action one takes is what evolves us to be who we are into the future, and what we do here and now is what directs the shift in direction.
Life emanates the concept of cyclicity. We are like the seasons, constantly in flux, experiencing subtle differences, every single moment.
I see more and more people these days who jump from one thing to another without giving anything a more augmented try. It’s no surprise, given the plethora of choices and limited time. The irony is the more sensational or readily appealing and available something is, the faster people tend to both go for it, and before long, opt-out…..
Are you feeling an empty unfulfilment somewhere deep inside? Why not explore new areas that connect with what invigorates you and makes you feel alive.
Find creative ways in bringing movement into your life by starting one step at a time. Moving the body not only transforms our physical condition, but also our state of mind for a more mindful awareness in our lives, that in turn enhance our overall productivity, creativity and wellbeing.