On the weekend of Clay Anatomy, we will be become exploring artists for 13 hours as we approach the human muscular skeletal anatomy. As future teachers of movement, it is helpful to delve in to see how we are connected, how we begin to see, sense, feel patterns and why. We will need this multi-sensory approach to help us and our students discover and instill the sacredness of “the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer others.” Parker Palmer.
How we move starts to unravels its secrets. This method of constructing muscles on an beautifully accurate skeleton imbeds in our mind, on a multi sensory level, with understanding and retention, human anatomy.
In my life, this method of learning anatomy continues to reveal insights. Come and experience with your hands, heart and mind.