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Magic Fountain

This wonderful architecture is located in Valencia, Spain. The large sculpture which looks like a harp is the Puente de l'Assut de l'Or and is a suspension bridge. It serves as great backdrop for Earl tracing the Lung Meridian.

This beautiful area is the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias which translates to City of the Arts and Sciences. It includes the largest oceanographic aquarium in Europe, a planetarium, science museum, opera house and exhibition/sports venue.

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (Wikipedia)

One of the highlights of the International Kinesiology College Conference was the trip to the Magic Fountain in Barcelona. We were lucky enough to see the last show of the Magic Fountain this year.

Gail tests the Anterior Serratus on Alfred Manual, one of our best supporters of our Balancing the World effort. Alfred has submitted photos from Mongolia, Morocco, the Great Wall of China and Tiananmen Square. It was great to finally be able to meet him in person.

The Magic fountain was constructed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition. It was designed by Carles Buigas, a Catalan engineer. states, "Buigas's project heralded the discovery of a new art, the art of light. Light would no longer be used only to illuminate the night, but rather to embellish it too."

Magic Fountain (Wikipedia)



The Plaza de España was built for the Ibero-American Exposition in 1929, a World's Fair. The architecture is an impressive example of Renaissance Revival style in Spanish architecture.

It was designed by Aníbal González to emphasize Spain's thriving industry and technology advances.

The Plaza de España houses many of Seville's Government offices.

This location had been used for many scenes in movies such as Lawrence of Arabia and Star Wars.

Plaza de España

Seville (Wikipedia)


Can Taco

Another exciting activity at the conference, was a guided walk to the ruins of Can Tacó in Montmelo. This archaeological site has been undergoing excavation since 2003 and provides an excellent view of Montmello.

The Romans used it as an observation point for the areas around Montmello. It has been declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest.

Thanks to Arlene Green for the photo.



Can TacoShenji and Earl were happy to assist Charles to this ancient Roman observatory, so that he could enjoy the view and experience. This was respect for both Charles and example of the benefits of the craft we pursue.

On the windy moment atop the Roman ruins, Shenji tests Earl's PMC while Charles Krebbs looks on.

Shenji Tanaka, from Japan was a last minute substitute for Kenichi Ishamuro as speaker for the conference. Our energy of healing and wellness goes out to Kenichi, who suffered a stroke just weeks the conference.

Charles Krebbs, Ph.D., co-founder of LEAPS, internationally recognized researcher and speaker in the field of energy kinesiology, was a keynote speaker at the conference. Krebbs is known for his ability to survive and recover from a diving accident where he experienced a severe episode of the Benz. As a result of this accident, he both survived and found a life mission in understanding and presenting his findings about the energetics of the body.


Dali Museum


Earl self-balancing in the garden of the Dali House Museum. This is the passageway between the gardens and home built into the side of the mountain cliffs overlooking the Mediterrean Sea near Cadaqués, Spain.

The Portlligat House museum was Salvador Dalí’s home from 1930 until 1982 when his wife, Gala died. He then left the house and lived at Púbol Castle in Girona, Catalonia.

Dali had spent summers in the Cadaques as a child. In 1929, Dalí and Gala moved to nearby Portlligat and converted a fisherman's home into their residence. Dali was attracted by the light, isolation and the landscape. This landscape was a backdrop for many of his paintings. He did his best work here.

He continued to work on the house for over 40 years. The inside is almost exactly the same as he left it in 1982.

Portiligat Dali House Museum

Dali Garden

Dali's garden and grounds are peaceful and interesting. There are unique creations located around every corner. The egg is common image in Dali's work and there are numerous egg sculptures here. Some say the egg symbolizes rebirth, purity and hope.

Here the egg is symbolizing balance for Gail.


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