Aired sometime in July 2011. This is not my favorite interview even though we were able to touch on a few relevant issues. Perhaps the bigger lesson is in observing what happens when we are in too much of a hurry, too afraid of silence, too caught up in trying to be glib or otherwise entertaining, to actually hear the other person.
Marshall Miles of NPR member station WHDD talks with Edward about the concepts of exploratory and performatory movement. (aired in August 2011).
Ramachandran’s mirror work when combined with Feldenkrais can be highly effective in dealing with chronic pain, stroke & neurological issues.
“When the mind is confronted with more information than it can absorb, it looks for meaningful and usually confirmatory patterns. As a consequence, we tend to minimize evidence that is incongruous with our expectations, causing the dominant worldview to bring about its own reaffirmation.”
-Frank Sulloway, Born to Rebel: Birth Order, Family Dynamics, and Creative Lives
“To a worm in horseradish, the world is horseradish.”
An online conference and panel discussion on innovative approaches to running, featuring Edward Yu, Jae Gruenke, Julia Pak and Sharon Starika.