Carlos Castaneda's tensegrity [videorecording]
[S.l.] : Laugan Productions, c1995.
3 videocassettes (210 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Tensegrity is the art of utilizing, in a modern setting, magical passes, movements discovered and developed by shamans who lived in Mexico in ancient times. They were called magical passes because through practicing them, those shamans attained mental alterness, and physical well-being. These movements now have been worked out to give Western man an opportunity to share in what the shamans have found.
Volume 1. Twelve basic movements to gather energy and promote well-being -- Volume 2. Redistributing dispersed energy -- Volume 3. Energetically crossing from one phylum to another.
1) Exercise therapy. 2) Mind and body. 3) Yaqui Indians -- Religion.
Tensegrity. Twelve basic movements to gather energy and promote well-being. Redistributing dispersed energy. Energetically crossing from one phylum to another.
Castaneda, Carlos, 1931- Laugan Productions.
RM725 .C372 1995 V.1 C.1 VH
RM725 .C372 1995 V.2 C.1 VH
RM725 .C372 1995 V.3 C.1 VH
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