FLUID CORE ~ Landing & Locating Bones
July 21 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
F L U I D C O R E
Landing & Locating Bones
(2-Hr Movement Class via Zoom)
“To be in balance, the bones must be aligned along the axis of gravity, with the weight supported by the largest possible number of bones.”
Knowing the origin of bone illuminates why hydration is vital and can help create new ways of sourcing healthy, mineral-rich bone and spine. The earliest rudimentary vertebrae is found in the sea squirt, a 550-million-year-old prevertebral organism.7 This oceanic creature suggests that the optimal conditions for bringing an injured, exhausted, lack-lustered spine back to life as well as for sustaining healthy bone is through regaining fluid movement. Bone is breathing, fluid connective tissue that is nourished through micro-movements and shaped by gravity. Because bone first came into being in the ocean depths and in the sea of our mother’s womb, replicating wave motion returns this tissue to its primordial waters where lush nourishment re-awakens the vitality of bone. Once on dry land, aligned with the earth’s axis, gravitational fields of information take over to shape and organize our bone. It is the sense of being in bone that increases our sense of embodiment.
Liz Koch is an international educator, author, and creator of CoreAwareness™ focusing on awareness as key for developing human potential and awakening consciousness. With 45 years experience specializing in the human core, Liz is recognized in the somatic, bodywork, and fitness professions as an authority on the core tissue called the Psoas. Both nationally and internationally published, her works include The Psoas Book, Unraveling Scoliosis CD, Core Awareness; Enhancing Yoga, Pilates, Exercise & Dance, Psoas & Back Pain CD, Mother, Maiden, Crone: Our Pleasure Playlist and her new book Stalking Wild Psoas: Embodying Your Core Intelligence (2019 North Atlantic Books)