In less than 30 minutes I’ll be off to the city for my last day at the FAMI workshop, where I have been completely immersed in the anatomy of the human body since Thursday morning, emerging each evening full of information gluttony.
From 9:15 a.m. till 5:00 p.m., as one of 90 attendees, I am ensconced in either the lecture hall or the gross anatomy lab, both on the 12th floor of this building. Yes, we do get an hour off for lunch!
The first two days I lunched in the interior courtyard, on a small scale somewhat reminiscent of the courtyard at the Louvre, and yesterday joined two woman from Lancaster, PA for lunch on 5th Avenue, with Central Park buffeting us from behind.
Of the 90 attendees, the overwhelming majority are Pilates instructors, followed by a few dance instructors and physical therapists. I am probably the only one who is none of those! The attendees come from 15 states and 8 countries, among them Brazil, France and Singapore.
Co-director Matt McCulloch aptly described our experience when he called it: