Neurodynamics: The Art of Mindfulness in Action

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North Atlantic Books
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7.0 X 0.7 X 9.2 inches | 1.3 pounds
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About the Author

THEODORE DIMON, JR., is the director of the Dimon Institute in New York City and an adjunct professor at Columbia Teachers College. He earned both his masters and doctorate degrees in education from Harvard University and became certified to teach the Alexander Technique in 1983 at the Constructive Teaching Centre in London, England. He is a founding director of the American Society for the Alexander Technique and teaches and lectures internationally.

G. DAVID BROWN is a professor of illustration at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. A medical illustrator with 26 years of experience, Brown also works in film and animation and is the cofounder of Synapse Media Productions, Inc., producing medical illustration work for print and video productions. Dave earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and his masters degree in medical illustration from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas. In his current position at Winthrop University, Dave runs the BFA illustration program in the Department of Design, where he trains young illustrators in the art and science of medical illustration.


"Theodore Dimon's introduction of the concept of tensegrity adds a whole new perspective on how the body works. It expands my understanding of the moving body as a holistic system."--Jean E. Sealey, DSc, Professor Emeritus of Medicine in physiology and biophysics, Weill Medical College at Cornell University

"Theodore Dimon's work has given me the means to live more mindfully and function more constructively in everything I do, from the most banal activity to the most challenging physical and intellectual pursuits. Neurodynamics is not simply a book, it's a lifestyle."--Serena Woolf, student and teacher of neurodynamics