COMING SOON The Basic Neurocellular Patterns (formerly called The Basic Neurological Patterns), or BNP, are potential patterns of movement inherent first in the movement of fluid through the cellular membranes and then recorded and organized in the nervous system. The process of embodiment through these developmental pathways allows us to experience more the fullness of our being and our ability to move through life with greater ease, flexibility, confidence and understanding.
COMING SOON: Basic Neurocellular Patterns: Embodying Developmental Movement book and Practicing the Basic Neurocellular Patterns DVD set.
The first year of life from the perspective of Body-Mind Centering®(BMC) With Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen Early experiences in life create the foundations for kinesthetic, emotional and academic learning. Babies have a direct way to affect us, to let us know what they need and to inspire us to see things differently. We can learn from them. This perspective is at the center of the work with babies. DVD • One disc; 30 minutes
A DVD of Bonnie working with four children with developmental difficulties. "I have chosen these four as they demonstrate in different ways how our perception and expression are functions of our mind and how easy it is to become aware and to change our mind and claim its power. They also manifest the reality of intelligence and its dependency upon desire, motivation and relationship." These sessions were videoed between 1983 - 1987.
DVD • One disc; 2 hours
The exploration of the transformation that occurs during the first eight weeks of development gives great insights into human anatomy and physiology and how we relate to ourselves and our environment. This is a DVD of Bonnie's two-day workshop on Embryological Development given in Cologne, Germany in 2007.
DVD • One disc; 3 hours
This is a DVD of Bonnie's workshop on Weight, Space and Time at the Dance & Body-Mind Centering® conference in Brussels, 2004. It includes a question and answer session.
DVD • One disc; 2 hours, 45 min.
This DVD was filmed at a one day workshop with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen at the San Francisco Community Music Center (SFCMC). It presents selected Body-Mind Centering® principles of embodied anatomy and their relationship to movement and music making/singing for creative expression.
Two discs; 3 hours, 45 min. English subtitles.