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I worked her everywhere but was careful to stay away from the coccyx area. The problem persisted. I did not like the idea of working the coccyx area this late in a pregnancy. We talked it over, and she said for me to go ahead. I found a little string of fascia tying the coccyx to the right leg. With work, the string disappeared and the coccyx was free and floating. The pain was gone too. The mother thanked me, and I feel the baby would have too if he could. The Com puter Programmer He walked around the room, sat down on the table for a few sec­ onds, stretched his arms, got up and paced around again.

Indeed, in the case of humans, structure and function are meaningless, one without the other; so that n oleu s v o leu s when you integrate structure, as nobody else can, you improve functioning. The sharpness of your intellect and your indefatigable spirit can age but never grow old. I hope I will be there on your 100th birthday to wish you good health for the future. Your old friend and admirer, Moshe Feldenkrais FASCIA We must see man as an energy field, rather than a mass o f matter; a field which lives within a greater energy field, the field o f the earth.

There have been too many physical and emotional traumas. The body copes with such painful experiences by building body armor; it gets shorter, thicker, stiffer, tighter, bent out of shape in general. Throughout life, traumas and their compensations have a cumulative effect on the body, permanently aberrating the body's gravitational balance. "Aberration" comes from the Latin aberrare, which means to wander away from. Aberrations are distor­ tions which cause the body to depart from the ideal, natural form.

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