Category: Research

Updates from the 2018 International Conference on Movement and Cognition at Harvard Medical by Lauri Nemetz

By Lauri Nemetz, Anatomy Trains Faculty and Pace University Adjunct Associate Professor (pictures courtesy of the author) I recently had the pleasure of presenting my workshop oral presentation, “Dancing the Connected Body: Exploration of Bipedalism to Artistic Expression through the Lens of Anatomy Trains®” to the 2018 Movement, Brain, Body and Cognition held this year… Read more

Q & A with Tom: Gait Cycle and Lumbar Involvement

This question came in via email from one of our followers:  During the gait cycle (walking) should there be any side to side movement in the lumbar spine area or should the lumbar spine remain more stable? Or should the movement be more occurring at the sacroiliac joint?  Reason I asked is it’s not something… Read more

Padua – Part 3: The smell of old books

The next morning we joined the department head, the professor / politician – senza Carla, lecturing – to tour a new anatomic museum, with a state of the art hologram. And a great set of obstetric and embryological models, wish I could show them all. Hell, wish I could have handled them, so amazing. Along… Read more

Padua – Part 1: Carla’s Dissection

  Padua – setting for The Taming of the Shrewˆ – is also the crown jewel of universities, the oldest continuous institution of learning in the world, older even than Oxford. Padua’s population is one-quarter students. I was permitted to take only a few few photos inside the University of Padua and none in the… Read more

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