Interview with Will Stewart

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I did an interview! With Will Stewart.

Will is the owner of 3-D Optimum Performance and he just decided to start interviewing everyone in sight who thinks the nervous system is the primary target for manual therapy or athletic training. He has recently talked with Barrett Dorko, Diane Jacobs, and others. Will is a very nice, knowledgeable guy, a good interviewer, and I was really flattered that he asked me to talk with him.

Some of the topics we covered were my background, how I got interested in Feldenkrais, Z-Health and Rolfing, and my thoughts on the actual reasons many therapies work, as opposed to the reasons offered by the therapists.

You can listen to the interview here. Let me know what you think!

5 Responses to “Interview with Will Stewart”

  1. Unfortunately, I can’t get the interview to come up.

  2. I thought it was great Todd. I especially loved the part when you described the “fluency of movement.” I’ve used a similar description for sometime but not nearly as well spelled out as yours.

    If you take blog post requests, I would LOVE to read more on this.

    Keep up the great work!

    • Cory,

      Thanks again. And keep up the good work yourself. I like the idea of the edge. More on movement fluency? I wrote a post about it here a few years ago. I should point out that most of the ideas come from Eric Cobb

  3. Neither can I.

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