If it’s impossible, it’s a good goal to have
— Ido Portal
What I am after isn’t flexible bodies, but flexible brains.
— Moshe Feldenkrais
I don’t do fitness my friend. That’s not what I do. I talk about movement. Fitness is a small, small, small world, within the universe of movement. I view it as a limited world. A world with many problems. A polluted world…But actually people who practice movement never miss anything. It was always there. It’s movement that I’m passionate about.
— Ido Portal
Force is the language of cells and movement is what we say
— Dr Andreo Spina
Eric Franklin

Eric Franklin

Posture is as individual as a fingerprint
— Eric Franklin
The fixation of the flesh interferes with the energy flow that is the essence of life
— Ida Rolf
Posture is a balancing act, not a position
— Eric Franklin
You get better at what you practice, including your thoughts, images, and emotions.
— Eric Franklin
There is no wrong movement. There is lack of preparation and lack of awareness
— Ido Portal
To this end, ‘Exercise’ and ‘Training’ are separate concepts worthy of definition and examination. The terms are often used interchangeably, and this is incorrect. Exercise is physical activity performed for the effect it produces today - right now. Each workout is performed for the purpose of producing stress that satisfies the immediate needs of the exerciser: burning some calories, getting hot, sweaty, and out of breath, pumping up the biceps, stretching - basically just punching the physical clock. Exercise is physical activity done for its own sake, either during the workout or immediately after it’s through. Exercise may well involve doing exactly the same thing every time you do it, as long as it accomplishes the task of making you feel like to want to feel today. But for athletes with a definite performance objective in mind, Training is necessary. In this context, training is physical activity performed for purposes of satisfying a long-term performance goal, and is therefore about the process instead of the constituent workouts of the process.
— Mark Rippetoe, Practical Programming for Strengh Training
Creativity is intelligence having fun
— Albert Einstein
In order to get athletes to move physically, we must first get people to move psychologically and emotionally
— Bart Bartholomew , Conscious Coaching