ISMETA Outreach: Symposium Presented at Movement 2019 ~ Brain Body and Cognition Conference in Tel Aviv, Israel July 22-24, 2019
The ISMETA Research and Publications Committee is proud to share this video of the ISMETA Symposium held at the “Movement and Cognition Conference” in Tel Aviv, Israel this past July 2019. During this academic gathering, the latest installation in a series of conversations we facilitate on how to move the research agenda for somatic movement forward, four expert practitioners / researchers discussed, “The role of imagery, touch, and interoception in activating cortical and subcortical somatosensory circuits through somatic movement practices.”
ISMETA would like to express deep gratitude to all involved, particularly the presenters (bios below) and The Feldenkrais Guild of North America.
ISMETA WEBINAR: Cultivating Neuroplasticity through Interoception in Somatic Movement Practices: Evolving Research Methods
Previously on September 4, 2018, ISMETA was honored to host a webinar based on the Symposium we first presented July 28,2018 at the Movement 2018: Brain, Body and Cognition Conference at Harvard Medical School.
We are offering these recordings to all interested people and welcome your responses and questions at ResearchCommitteeChair@ismeta.org .
ISMETA is committed to building the base of evidence for Somatic Movement Education and Therapy through our continuing Research Initiative. Please consider joining ISMETA in this effort.
From strengthening the foundation of qualitative evidence through case studies, to building a body of quantitative data, ISMETA is committed to advancing our field through scientific investigations of the benefits of our work. To join in these conversations, please contact us at: ResearchCommitteeChair@ismeta.org .
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