From Tom: What is Spatial Medicine? We tend to think of ‘medicine’ as a monolith, but of course there are different kinds. If we think of the irreducibles of Space, Time, and Matter – matter unfolds in space over time – there’s a medicine for each. The most dominant form of medicine now is Material… Read more
Chiropractic treatment often requires soft-tissue work or stretching to maintain the benefits. Whether you do this yourself or assign it to your soft-tissue worker, the Anatomy Trains map can make your work more effective and long-lasting. Chiropractic and Anatomy Trains is a powerful combination.
Editor’s note: Tom is referring to this article: Why Smells Trigger Such Powerful Memories It’s always been a ’thing’ – since Proust and before as the article mentions – how evocative of memories smells are. This article gives the what – vision and hearing and touch (read: proprioception also – people get so confused because… Read more
From Tom: As a Structural Integrator seeking organisation along the body’s vertical axis, I have always wondered: What sets that axis in the body? I am not alone in this. This article does not answer the question yet, but points to how a solution might be found soon: https://phys.org/news/2021-02-imaging-moments-body-emerging-embryo.html The ovum is approximately a sphere,… Read more
Following on from the lovely feedback we got from an equine worker after one of our Anatomy Trains courses, I am pleased to be able to post a new paper from Vibeke Sødring Elbrøn and Rikke M. Schultz, the Danish veterinarians who have been exploring the lines in the horse. This paper expands into the… Read more