Eric Kandel tells

of his discovery. Wilder Penfield

further defines him. Sigmund Freund

recognizes him as the seat of self. Moshe

Feldenkrais calls him the I-image. Thomas

Hanna understands him as crowning the tree of life.

Ida Rolf refers to a balance, at the highest point

of which he must be, so man will profit rather

than suffer from the force of gravity.

The humunculus.

This representation of the human body

on the surface of the brain,

stretching from ear to


a.i.s. publications: (1) elements of equitation (2007) | (2) posture, not only in equitation (2008) | (3) current workshop (2009)