An Applied Biotensegrity Model for Children with Special Needs. The presentation gives insight into how ideas originating in the Biotensegrity Conceptual Framework have been helping children and adults with Special Needs and severe conditions in the ABR Program. We will show how Biotensegrity related concepts and Ideas are being applied in both the evaluation and assessment of severe conditions and can be effectively utilized as a diagnostic tool. Comparisons of results and progress under therapy are shown as well as a description of how the Biotensegrity Framework have fueled the unique and specific ABR technique development.”
This talk will consider how profoundly biotensegrity applies to subtle forms as an essential foundation to understanding biologic forms, structure and their animation.
Dominique will explain why biotensegrity in the body is such a logical point of view, because of the embryology, architecture of cells, fascia, bones… and because of observation of biomechanica in the body which we cannot explain by the lever system.
This presentation will provide people new to biotensegrity and those having more experience with the biotensegrity model with an excellent set of science based explanations concerning biotensegrity.
Using Dr. Eite Veening’ (PhD in Philosophy) theory of Triadism, a novel philosophical theory offering practical advantages when compared to monism and dualism will be used as a frame.
Based on Iain McGilchrist’s book (The Master and His Emissary, The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World) and David Nicholls’ (The End of Physiotherapy) links will be presented to the influences of modern societies on the way bodies are used in this timeframe.
All this in parallel with findings in astronauts, presented at the 10th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Girdle Pain in Antwerp, Belgium end of 2019
All functional movement begins with an intention to move from an initial posture and ends in an end posture after a goal oriented execution of the movement. In this process, several systems are used, as well as different internal and external forces.
This session will give an overview (that is as complete as possible) of the course of a movement: its neurogenic origins, muscle fibre recruitment, the role of connective tissue and its properties, and the different forces used, as well as the control over the movement.
Expanding the biotensegrity community through research, networking and debate.