Over on the Conductive Education Library blog, Gill Maguire has recently posted an account of what it takes to winkle Conductive Education from the most unlikely corners of the Internet.
Here's an unlikely item that I found myself, in this morning's PR-inside.com, which serves the useful function of publishing press releases on line, free. Here I found Conductive Education nestling under the headline 'Now Available: Water Treadmill in Greater Toronto Area'. Now there's a heading under which you'd not immediately think to seek CE!
- Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Kinesiotaping, Active Release Therapy®, Registered Massage Therapy, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Psychotherapy, Naturopathic Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Personal Training, Pilates and Yoga Classes and Conductive Education®.
Presumably she works with a conductor.
What on Earth is ‘Conductive Education®’?
Note and references
Maguire, G. (2009) Where on Earth do you find it all? Conductive Education Library, 15 May
McLarty, K. (2009) Now available: water treadmill in Greater Toronto area, PR-inside.com, 17 May
PR-inside.com is also Pressemitteilung of Vienna, Austria. What a global world we do live in! This press-release service is FREE (my favourite word in e-commerce). The English-language version is already attracting notifications from or on Conductive Education. The perhaps less PR-conscious world of Konduktive Förderung seems not to have latched on to this yet.