If you would like to take part please fill in the questions that resonate with you from the form below.  The survey is split into 10 parts, which you can answer as stand alone sections or just pick and chose from each section. The first few 'general' questions are there to help give some context to your survey. Please remember to press SUBMIT at the end of each section.

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General
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These questions help give some context to your survey.
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What does 'movement' mean?
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Your Body
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Words
I'm not looking for dictionary definitions here, just answer what you believe these words to mean.
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Feelings
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Tell me how you experiance the following feelings in your body...
You and Others
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Strangers
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the world you move through
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Our mechanical environment is constant, meaning there are forces constantly at play–shaping our bodies into a structure we will call on in the future. Consider where you spend most time, i.e. your home or workplace.
If you have a photo or picture of the last horizon you saw send it to hello@rachel-and-yoga.com
i.e. smart phone/computer/tablet/t.v. time combined
i.e. cement, sand, grass, carpet...etc
Consider things like the surfaces in your home, the pen/computer you use, the transport you take, the sports you take part in and the clothing you wear.
tiny details
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i.e. doodling when on the phone or pacing when thinking things through?
clothing
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if you would like to attach a picture please send to hello@rachel-and-yoga.com
What are the most important considerations for you when choosing what to wear?
tick as few or as many as you like.
What are the most important considerations for you when chosing what to exercise in?
tick as few or as many as you like
exercise
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Ritual
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Gender
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if no skip to question 4.
Looking Back
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Submissions
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Images can be sent to hello@rachel-and-yoga.com and I will not use them on the blog without your consent. You can use the box below to describe what you see/why you chose this picture.
Images can be sent to hello@rachel-and-yoga.com and I will not use them on the blog without your consent. You can use the box below to describe what you see/why you chose this picture.
Images can be sent to hello@rachel-and-yoga.com and I will not use them on the blog without your consent. You can use the box below to describe what you see/why you chose this picture.
"The long body is a Native American term which refers to the individual body plus the life support systems around it. It is a much bigger conception of the human body than we have in western culture, and considers the body continuous with the larger environment. The perception of our bodies as isolated units is dangerous because it doesn’t take into consideration that organisms live in context. We co-evolve with our habitats over many millions of years. We think we have nervous systems to regulate our bodies- and we do- however the nervous system has other functions- for humans in particular - it's purpose is to learn habitat and our social environment too." -- Frank Forencich Images can be sent to hello@rachel-and-yoga.com and I will not use them on the blog without your consent.
You can interpret this submission however you see fit. Images can be sent to hello@rachel-and-yoga.com and I will not use them on the blog without your consent.