Founded by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, this bodywork model involves intellectual, experiential and relational methods. Participants study every level of tissue through lecture, imagery, movement, embodiment and group process. Therapists learn about the skeleton, ligament, muscle, nerve, organ, endocrine, fluid, fat, fascia, skin and perceptual systems. With practice, therapists are able to initiate movement from specific body systems, tissues and cells.
(Source: The Body-Mind Centering® Association, Inc., www.bmcassociation.org)