Fitness Expert Introduces Revolutionary Technique for Overall Wellness, Healing in Self Published Book
Susan Mitchell introduces the Tao of Movement, an overall fitness program that combines special techniques for mental, physical and spiritual well being.
July 22, 2009 (FPRC) -- Good health is not only measured by one’s physical wellness. Other than the body, the mind and spirit should come together in order to create and nurture optimal health. This mind-body-spirit connection is exercised in Pilates, which integrates a range of techniques using every possible series of movements, but which are all united by a common concept of movement.
Fitness expert Susan Mitchell believes that humans are unique energy beings. Inspired by the teachings of founder Joseph Pilates, she introduces the Tao of Movement in her self-published book of the same title. The Tao of Movement is an actual technique to promote physical wellness and spiritual healing. It also includes principles of ballet, Tai Chi, Yoga and the subtle art of energy cultivation.
Tao (pronounced as Dow) is a Chinese philosophy, which means The Way. This way of movement is the Tao of Movement, which can improve one’s understanding and use of his/her own body. This method benefits practically everyone, from professional athletes to people with special needs.
This self-published book incorporates the proper use of breathing technique, spinal awareness as well as energy balance and cultivation. Mitchell stresses the importance of alignment, in which one uses the mind, body and spirit altogether in order to create, nurture and sustain holistic well being.
The Tao of Movement integrates easy, time-tested techniques alongside the biomechanics of the energy body, which the author helps you understand in this book. You can expect to look and feel better about yourself as you achieve a balanced body, a clear and focused mind, and an improved state of being – all of which define optimal health.
The Tao of Movement is published by Xlibris.
About the Author
Susan Mitchell’s understanding of the human body has led her to create The Tao of Movement. She is fully dedicated to the art of movement, with deep understanding of pain, injury and the healing process as well. A certified Master of Pilates, Susan is former professional dancer, performing in two ballet companies and in musical theater extensively before opening her Pilates studio. She also worked with director Barry Ivan in several musical productions such as “West Side Story”, “Camelot”, “Cabaret” and “Carousel”.
Susan graduated Magna Cum Laude from Point Park University and is currently working in referral with Dr. Ellen Coyne, Chiropractic Medicine practitioner and President of the New York Chiropractic Association.
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