“Many people make the mistake of confusing information with knowledge. They are not the same thing. Knowledge involves the interpretation of information. Knowledge involves listening.”
Edward Yu is a Feldenkrais Practitionersm and former triathlete, currently specializing in bagua, taichi and fitness training, along with injury prevention and various forms of rehabilitation. He is the author of Slowing Down to Run Faster (to be released in ’20 by North Atlantic Books), The Art of Slowing Down: A Sense-Able Approach to Running (Panenthea Press) and The Mass Psychology of Fittism: Fitness, Evolution and the First Two Laws of Thermodynamics (Undocumented Worker Press). Edward has worked with members of the US Olympic Track Team as well as those in the Portuguese National Ballet (Companhia Nacional do Bailado).
Edward’s interest in how people learn and process information has led him to mix the disparate fields of sports, martial arts, dance, psychology, cognitive science, information theory, and political economy into both his teaching and writing.
In his free time Edward likes to roll around on the floor, walk in circles and stare into space.