“Jacob’s Ladder” — a new seminar with Stephen Levin, M.D.

“Jacob’s Ladder: The Mechanics of Biological Movement” is the latest thinking of Dr. Stephen Levin. We’ll be learning about “four bar linkages, kinematic chains and their place in biotensegrity.”

Dr. Levin is the pioneer of biotensegrity, the new science of movement that’s fundamental to FlexAware — and that will one day transform our understandings of fitness, exercise, healing, medicine, and much more.

If the seminar description sounds complex and technical, that’s because this is advanced material. If you’re not familiar with biotensegrity, I strongly recommend visiting Dr. Levin’s website. You might also look at my discussion of how FlexAware integrates and applies biotensegrity.

This seminar is sponsored by DC BIG (Biotensegrity Interest Group). There is a $5 cash fee for the room.

If you want to attend, RSVP to Maureen McHugh: maureenmchugh1@verizon.net or 703-751-2111; or Susan Lowell: susanlowell@mac.com or 202-375-9950. (This is very important to Susan, so please do it.)

Location: FAES, 9101 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda MD.


2-2:15 – Arrive, check in
2:15-3:00 – Presentation
3-3:30 – Meet & Greet; stretch, snack
3:30-5:00 – Presentation review with questions, comments and discussion.

I’ll be there. And if you want to do some FlexAware during the break, just ask and I’ll be happy to do that with you.

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