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Like all creatives I found it wonderful to write a book for the sake of writing a book. It is therapeutic in many ways to get stuff out of your head and on to paper (or digital paper). Another reason is the topic I write about is far from simple to explain, and for many, far from simple to accept. I have written a book that explains the basic skills of getting in touch with your body through micro-movement, that then links into getting in touch with your mind.  I wanted to make sure that at least some of the skills I have learned over the past 45 years are there for someone to pick up and find really useful.

I believe these are rare skills with significant benefits, and yet they are currently understood by very few. That belief is very difficult to communicate to lay people. If someone is not aware that they are not aware, what on earth is going to convince them to look further? Rather than trying to convert the unaware, I have focused on exploring moving energy with people who are aware, those who already practise something similar or related and are inquisitive enough to see if there is anything tangential to what they do, that can bring benefits. I have been very fortunate to have come across a few very good people who are in that category. People who are top of their game and realise that there are gaps in what they see and believe there are other ways of looking at things.

My approach now is to hold workshops in conjunction with these other practitioners and to show their students some different ways of looking at what they practise and how they practise it (please look at the workshops tab for details). This is a way of refreshing and adding to old, often diluted ways of training. The key to my approach is simple — to look at how your anatomy works best. To look at new ways of modelling how the body works, and to see how that explains movement and the mind better. The building blocks are called Anatomy Trains and the training method is called visualisation. I have simplified visualisation of Anatomy Trains and call them Threnergy Mind-models.

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