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The Fluid System, with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
The Fluid System, with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen

DVD SET • Four discs
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The fluids of the body underlie presence and transformation, set the ground for basic communication, and mediate the dynamics of flow between rest and activity. Each fluid relates to a different quality of movement, touch, voice, and state of mind. These relationships can be approached from the aspects of movement, consciousness, and from anatomical and physiological functioning.

Embodying the Fluid System with sections on: cellular fluid, transitional fluid, extracellular fluid; fluid - membrane balance; blood; cerebrospinal fluid (CSF); synovial fluid; periorgan fluid; lymph; interstitial and cellular fluids; bone marrow; exploring the immune system through the fluids; fascia; fat; and ground fluid.

DVD SET • Four discs; 6 hours, 47 min.

This DVD set contains the following chapters (click here for a printable list):

Disc 1

  • Introduction to the Fluid System
  • Cellular Fluid, Transitional Fluid, Extracellular Fluid
  • Fluid-Membrane Balance

Disc 2

  • Circulatory System
  • Blood
  • Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF)
  • Synovial Fluid

Disc 3
  • Periorgan Fluid
  • Bonnie Working With a Student's Periorgan Fluid
  • Lymph
  • Interstitial and Cellular Fluids
  • Exploring the Interstitial and Cellular Fluids
  • Bone Marrow
  • Exploring the Fluid of Bone Using a Pencil

Disc 4

  • Immune System
  • Exploring the Immune System through the Fluids
  • Fascia
  • Exploring Fascia
  • Fat
  • Ground Fluid
  • Embryology
  • Excerpts on the Philosophy of Embodiment
  • Credits
  • Illustrations

Exploring Fat as a Fluid
Exploring Fascia through the Fluids and Bands
Exploring the Immune System through the Fluids
The Circulatory System of the Heart and Lungs

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