Putting Movement Into Your Life : A Beyond Fitness Primer

Title

Putting Movement Into Your Life : A Beyond Fitness Primer

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Description

By Maxine Sheets-Johnstone, former College at Brockport visiting professor.

Putting Movement into Your Life: A Beyond Fitness Primer is both playful and serious, bridging both popular and scholarly texts. It is engagingly written with two reflective stopping posts -- Ponderabilia -- per chapter that offer slow food for thought on a diversity of topics related to the immediate topic in the text. The book is definitely NOT an exercise book or a self-help book, but a book about movement that breaks new ground in lively and creative ways while remaining anchored in everyday life. In so doing, it answers to the growing attempt by numerous individuals, organizations, and businesses to promote health by promoting movement.

ISBN

149747695X

Publication Date

2014

Publication Information

198 pages ; 26 cm.

[North Charleston, S.C.] : CreateSpace, c2014.

Disciplines

Movement and Mind-Body Therapies | Philosophy

Department

Dance

Comments

Located in Drake Library at: B105.M65 S45 2014

CONTENTS: Feeling Your Aliveness: An Experience Not to be Missed -- Opening Up to Movement: Your Movement Pulse and How to Take It -- Transforming Your Habits -- Maximizing Your Awareness of and Capacity for Movement -- Surprising Yourself: -- Turning Time on Your Hands into Movement -- The Joys Of Moving Now and Then or Knowing The Source of Your Aliveness From The Inside Out -- Ponderabilia: 1. On Movement and Feeling Alive ; 2. It's Amazing! ; 3. On Behavior and Movement ; 4. Pulsing with Life! ; 5. How Common Misunderstandings of Movement Occlude Its Qualitative Realities ; 6. Kinesthetic Memory ; 7. The Gift of Play ; 8. On Creativity, Wonder, and The Unsung Kinetic Imagination ; 9. Thoughts About Space, Motors ... and More! ; In The Beginning ... ; 11. Synergies of Meaningful Movement ; 12. On The Temporality of Our Aliveness ; 13. Thinking in Movement ; 14. On Unsteady Souls, The Fleetingness of Movement, And The Imaginative Consciousness of Movement.