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Dancer Anna Halprin answers our question “Do you have a secret for living a good last part of life?” She talks about the benefits of “having an intention” rather than just going blindly in life.
My student Sophie in my home studio, happily feeling her side abs muscle attachments after her challenging side sit ups!
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The discrepancy between what’s most effective and what’s most prescribed highlights a bigger problem: The health industry is centered on sellable products, and exercise isn’t one.
“Why are we not prescribing an inexpensive, effective treatment? Some of it is, I think, we don’t think of exercise as being a treatment the way a tablet or a procedure or a physical therapy treatment might,” says Carey. “We’re a fairly pill-oriented society. Pills are easy to take, and as a doctor, pills are easy to prescribe,” he says.
Maher agrees. “We’ve got this perverse incentive in our health care system where we encourage people to innovate in terms of drugs, but we don’t have the same system to get people to innovate in terms of physical activity,” he says.
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Choreographer and Movement Director for Film, Theater, Video, Events and Model/Advertisement Photo Shoots Bianca Falco explores the interactions, ties between people and between people and objects/living creatures in all situations; combines modern dance with the use of props, costumes, modifying or accentuating the human form and emotions. Labilab creates stage and site-specific performances sometimes involving improvisation, interaction with the audience. Bianca is a well a performer, a teacher, an independent filmmaker and a musician