Posts Tagged ‘embodiment of emotion’
Filed under: corrective exercise, Manual Therapy, Neuroscience
Posture and Emotion: A Two-Way Street Influencing Movement
by Carson Boddicker on Feb 7th, 2011
I was recently listening to the recap of a case study presentation about a younger woman we'll call Kim who was presenting to a physical therapy clinic. Amongst the clinical assessment, the presenter noted both that Kim had an increased kyphosis and that she was recently divorced. The presenter then noted that it's no wonder Kim's husband left as that kyphotic curve was just really ugly. This was, of course, just for comedy and effect, but...