With its complicated rotational dynamics, scoliosis is fundamentally visual – all about spatial relationships, asymmetry, and balance. Anatomy-based movement practices made me feel more whole and three-dimensional, and brought me into closer connection to my inner body. I found myself fascinated by the intricate beauty of the human skeleton. Drawing myself, I could work from the inside out, tuning in to sensory and kinesthetic perceptions and finding beauty in a curving spine. 

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