Plate By William Hogarth - Metropolitan Museum of Art, online collection: entry 365314, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=32833886
In the Analysis of Beauty 18th-century artist William Hogarth wrote a poem about a “waving and serpentine” S-shape as “the line of beauty” , which “leads the eye a wanton kind of chase”. At the core of this master’s inquiry lay simple principles of balance, symmetry, variety, simplicity, regularity and intricacy, which for him the S-shape perfectly embodied. The human spine possesses a similar line of beauty because it is also highly functional. From Primate Change by Vybarr Cregan-Reid (READ THIS BOOK)
More and more we see the importance of moving the body in this modern age of increasing sedentary work/life. Show your spine some love with Spinal Waves on line programs by Jon Yuen and Samantha Emanuel. Spinal Waves 101 and 102 can be purchased alone or as a bundle HERE
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Don’t know who/what OMU is? It’s a FINE collection of movers across multi disciples at the cutting edge of movement research and development. Enrolment will open for a short time in April. Keep an eye out on IG and FB. If you work with bodies, dance, train, lift, climb, jump, roll around, have a body, have an interest in your health and longevity have a look. Meet the headmasters: Jon, Mirth and DJ