Continuum and The Creativity of Health Interview by Watermark Arts: with Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell
Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell shares her vision for weaving somatic practices into public education. Continuum profoundly helped Elisabeth's pregnancy, birth and postpartum experience on a biological and psychological level. As a movement educator and mother, she is passionate about finding ways to bring Continuum to younger people and into the educational system at large. The sooner we are introduced to a practice which can help us forge new neurological connections the greater the long-term benefit, especially for those coming from challenging biographical backgrounds, says Elisabeth, for whom creativity, movement and elementary education are natural allies.