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Priscilla Rich is a photographer and mother of four who lives in the country near Boone, North Carolina.
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I’m basically interested in how people move and walk around. Movement is an integral activity in the life of every cell and, therefore, in every more complex system. So, motion rather than tightness in the body is what I’m interested in promoting.
The human body is not an opaque, solid mass to be lugged around until it’s traded in for wings. It is an energy field that is constantly changing, a living sculpture, a mirror of ourselves, an instrument that may be more or less in tune.
It’s easy to get confused by the many different approaches to working with and through the body. What follows are brief descriptions of some of the more widely practiced techniques.
Bodywork is like a dance. What I do with a person does not just depend on me, but on that other person. Certain people draw certain energies out of me.