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Body|Mind|Connection is a conscious method of working with body based on making exercises shown in movie clips with instruction that are published at

Aims of the tool

To improve reciprocal communication between body and mind and thus affect the emotional state of a person.

Description of the tool

Body|Mind|Connection is a conscious method of working with body based on making exercises shown in movie clips.
It incorporates the main idea of reciprocal communication of body-mind and mind-body. Research show that not only our muscles but also our brain and nervous system are becoming more effective due to systematic exercises. In result they may lead to change in attitudes, provoke activity or shift in perception.
Mental-body exercises can be mixed in various ways and can be used both in individual and group context.
Detailed description of the method is provided in the attached file.

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Tool overview

This tool is for

Anybody who needs some changes of perspective, shift of perception or just some movement.

and addresses

Personal Development

Materials needed:

Access to internet


Between 5 minutes (for a single exercise) to approximately 45 minutes for the whole session.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Marek Zadłużny

in the context of

Body|Mind|Connection method was created in the frame of KA2 project "Spark Catcher". To know more, visit our web-site:

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Eliza Zadluzna (on 26 September 2018)

and last modified

5 September 2018

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