myesthesia

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my·es·the·si·a

n. miestesia, sensaciones en un músculo de cualquier tipo.
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Thus the kinesthetic sense, although not one of the commonly acknowledged five senses, is the subtle regulator of the complicated body patterns .
It was then that I clearly felt my movement and coordination begin to flow and make kinesthetic sense.
It takes a unique skill set, a unique perspective, and a unique kinesthetic sense.
The Magnetic Car Play Set is a therapeutic occupational therapy (OT) tool designed for kids to develop kinesthetic sense, motor planning, visual motor, and eye-hand coordination.
I'm a piano player, used to making music on my own, relying on my fingers, aesthetics, kinesthetic sense, and the brain power of emotion and interpretation.
Loss of the kinesthetic sense results in limb movements that are slow, poorly coordinated, and require great concentration.
By focusing on attunement to our own physical sensations, we attempted to, in Newman-Bluestein's words, 'foster a kinesthetic sense of self,'" Stell reported.
Whether tasks or activities are presented to appeal to auditory, visual, tactile, or kinesthetic sense (modality preference) is an important consideration for educators (Carbo, 1983).