Continuum and The Creativity of Health Interview by Watermark Arts: with Kori Tolbert
Kori Tolbert on how the practice of Continuum allows her to keep “growing and expanding in breath — something unheard of with cystic fibrosis. Kori was born with cystic fibrosis, a disease that affects all the mucous membranes in the body, particularly the lungs. Through the practice of Continuum she has found access to her lungs and created significant expansions unavailable in other ways. In this talk she mentions the specific breaths she finds essential in accompanying her through acute situations, such as surgery. By practicing Continuum in a group Kori has had palpable proof of receiving nourishment and information from a larger field — a field that holds wisdom beyond the capabilities of just one single body. In reflection of this gift, Kori shares her own intention when practicing Continuum.