Book Eyebody – The Art of Integrating Eye, Brain and Body
Peter Grunwald’s first book on the history, fundamentals and application of the principle-based Eyebody Method® is now available in a revised second edition. Discover how to let go of your glasses and improve your eyesight, brain function and body posture naturally! This edition also includes new essential contents, i.e. our ability of staying present and adding subtle energetic qualities to the processes of seeing and visualizing.
It includes over 40 illustrations and a detailed full-colour chart of brain to eye to body connections. A “must read” for anyone interested in seeing and well-being.
The best introduction for the beginner as well as in-depth understanding for the advanced student in the Grunwald EyeBody Method.
An essential guide for Alexander and Bates teachers and their pupils.
Eyebody Pinhole Glasses
Discover how to relax your tired eyes and enjoy reading, writing and working at the computer the healthy way – without prescription glasses. A brilliant exercise tool!
The Downhill Slide
When you wear prescription glasses you fall into a trap. You no longer fully use either the focusing muscles or your photoreceptors within your retina. The important “ciliary muscles” begin to weaken, requiring visits to your eye doctor for stronger and stronger lenses.
Reverse the downhill slide and exercise your visual system now. It is inexpensive – no prescription required! Pinhole Glasses refresh your tired eye muscles and keep the eyes from staring – a common cause of eye fatigue.
Scientific Pinholes – How Pinhole Glasses Work
The moment ‘Pinhole Glasses’ are placed in front of the eyes, a much narrower parallel beam of light comes through the holes. The narrow light focuses on the retina and sends messages to the brain for clear-sightedness. Far – sighted Short-sighted Focused with Pinhole Glasses Pinholes focus the light on the fovea centralis. This brings objects into focus regardless of the shape of your eyeball, while the rest of the black lens stimulates photoreceptors within the rest of the retina (rods). Therefore the entire retina is being stimulated and exercised.
This process is very relaxing and beneficial.
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