Smith, Nancy Stark; Olsen, Andrea
July 2006
Contact Quarterly;Summer/Fall2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p19
The article presents an interview with the author and dance instructor Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in Amherst, Massachusetts. Cohen prefers to discuss about the embryological development that embodies the empty space in the embryo. She explains how the egg cell fertilization develops as it passes several stages of maturity in the empty space of the embryo. She presents the autonomic nervous system rhythm that governs the vital organs of the maturing fetus that correlates to human movements.


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