creativity and the brain
Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
2/22/2012 3:35:14 PM
Charles... Dug your TED Talk. Mos Def in an fMRI chamber is pretty spiffy. There's something quite unique about an improvised life. I'm a student of the sensorimotor experience. I'd sure dig understanding the workings of improvised massage therapy and bodywork on the brain as compared to standard Swedish massage.
I've always felt the art is communicative. As we begin to understand the language of mechanoreception, what lights up in the brain through improvised bodywork? I've started playing with idea-motonic response and standing bodywork, allowing the idea to generate movement. Folks report the sensory experience to be quite vibrant. As a creative fella, I also throw in all my creative outlets into the content... music, photography, writing... all a day in the life as a licensed massage therapist. A few examples of improvised bodywork.... http://youtu.be/lSOBliLwHvo http://youtu.be/mzB5tnq6YjU Charles, Mónica.... Is there a path to get this researched? Hamid : )