The Wisdom of Movement – Touring Dr. Pidcoe’s Lab

This blog recently ran at TEDxRVA Blog

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We’ve all heard quotes like: “On the one yard line…,” “Pick yourself up and…,” “Focus your eye on…,”“One foot in front of the other…,” “Choose your path wisely.” It is embedded in our essence that learning, faculty, and experience are intrinsically tied to physical movement.  Not only the act of moving your legs and arms, but also the movement of your eyes, the angle of your feet, the pace, gait, and balance of your movement; all these things are critical input sensors that each of us use to function and evolve as humans, but what if you couldn’t move? (continue reading)

 

 

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