Musings about movement therapy and therapists, proactive and preventative health care, ideal clients and client outcomes
In Greek mythology there is a riddle attributed to Sophocles who composed the riddle of the Sphinx:
‘What is it that has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed? Oedipus replied, ‘The human body.’
From crawling to walking on two feet to eventually needing a cane, our bodies are a beautiful riddle to be enjoyed, explored and to sometimes solve as we journey through life. For some of us this means exploring the very upper limits of human...