child-copyIt is within the landscape of action that a distinctive phenomenon is located, namely, that first rush of movement that is discernible as childhood vitality, playfulness, exuberance, spontaneity, and delight. It is the effervescent, transporting motion of being captivated by the landscape where one is no longer able to contain oneself (Smith, 2007 p.51).

The First Rush of Movement: A Phenomenological Preface to Movement Education.

Published by Jacqueline Ashby

Exploring the intersection between person and place.

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