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The Science of Biotensegrity Sight, Taste, Smell, Touch, Hearing, and Balance.

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Author: Dennis Bartram

Training within the proprioceptive sense can be sharpened through study of many disciplines. The most rewarding technique should be uses when practised to understand the study of your free movement to enhance kinesthetic judgment of effort and location. Just as Juggling trains reaction time, spatial location, and efficient movement. Standing on a wobble board is often used to retrain or increase proprioception abilities, particularly as physical therapy for ankle or knee injuries.

Standing on one leg (stork standing) and various other body-position challenges are also used in such disciplines as Yoga. In addition, the slow, focused movements of Tai jutsu practice provide an environment whereby the proprioceptive information being fed back to the brain stimulates an intense, dynamic "listening environment" to further enhance mind / body integration. Several studies have shown that the efficacy of these types of training is challenged by closing the eyes, because the eyes give invaluable feedback to establishing the moment-to-moment information of balance.




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