Motion….it can be fantastic to watch…an Olympic ice skater, a baby’s first steps or the steps of your child as they walk down the aisle to be married. “Movement is Life”, so says a very prominent neuroscientist in our country. But why is that and how does it work? Is it just the big movements of our bodies while we walk, bike ride or swim? Or do little movements such as the beat of our hearts, the fluid movement of a spinal joint or the expansion of a lung create and maintain health and vitality in our bodies and minds? That’s exactly what we’ll explore in today’s program….