Neuromuscular “Coordination Patterns”

Move to Greatness: Focusing the Four Essential Energies of a Whole and Balanced Leader
Carol Whitelaw, Betsy Wetzig



    One of the most illuminating courses in my educational career was a body awareness class taught by dancer, choreographer, and kinesiologist Elizabeth “Betsy” Wetzig. It drew on the pioneering research into relaxation conducted by physiologist Dr. Josephine L. Rathbone at Columbia University in the 1930s and 1940s. It also encompassed Dr. Valerie V. Hunt’s research into neuromuscular activity and states of consciousness at UCLA in the 1960s. Years later I was thrilled to learn that Dr. Hunt worked with Rosalyn L. Bruyere in her studies of the aura / human energy field. I had encountered Bruyere’s work as a medical intuitive while taking classes in Healing Touch.

    I am thrilled to see that my old teacher’s work has earned her a byline in Ginny Whitelaw’s Move to Greatness: Focusing the Four Essential Energies of a Whole and Balanced Leader.

    More information on Betsy Wetzig:

    The Human Energy Field: An Interview with Valerie V. Hunt, Ph.D.
    by larrytriv

    I have a feeling that Ms. Wetzig’s neuromuscular “coordination patterns” might give some clues for recognizing people by their inherent way of moving — and one’s own subliminal response to it. It is another way of knowing. I suspect that it operates at the level of a living being’s ch’i.

    Perhaps that is how animals are able to recognize their humans, not merely because they have more sensitive olfactory senses. In THE BEAUTY INSIDE, that would account for Han Se-kye’s little dog’s ability to still recognize her no matter which body she has morphed into. And I bet that that is how Seo Do-jae is able to recognize her, too. Because of his face blindness, he has actively pursued development of his other senses. Perhaps Se-kye’s consciousness operates at a specific frequency that he is able to detect, or perhaps there is a resonance between them.


    Saving the links to read later. This looks fascinating.