Welcome to my studio - otherwise known as the home of Mobius Intermedia, the window to my creative world.
The world of creativity has always played a large role in my world. Over the years, it has given me insight into many of life's treasures. Life experience can be manifested in a poem, a thought, a song, or a photo. They all reflect a moment in time, captured in one of many ways. It is all a part of what makes me who I am, and I am happy to share that with you here.
This is, in many ways, the crossroads of Work and Life - and the harmonious balance between the two.
So what do you find in a studio?
Images: Photography was almost my chosen profession - until physiotherapy called my name. Images are a wonderful way to document our life experiences. You can find some of mine here.
Writing: Needless to say, I enjoy the process of writing. I wasn't really a "writer" in school, but I came to appreciate the value of it. What initially started as a process of keeping a journal ended up having a life of its own. You can find some of my prose, fiction, and the like here, as well as further links to my books. "RunSmart: A Comprehensive Approach To Injury-Free Running" is my first foray into publishing. My second, "The Rhubarb Diaries" (my version of "The Motorcycle Diaries", less Che Guevara, of course), is currently a work in progress.
Poems And Lyrics: I have written over 250 poems over the years. Many of the pieces worthy of human consumption (and perhaps many that aren't!) can be found here. The same holds true for the music and lyrics that I have written. There might just be a gem in the rough here.
Music: I taught myself how to play guitar in my first year of university. Since then, I have written a number of songs and instrumentals. You just might find a few mp3s here.
Other: Sometimes, it just defies categorization. That being the case, I have included a catch-all category!
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Allan Besselink, PT, Dip.MDT has a unique voice in the world of sport and health care, one that has been defined by his experiences as physiotherapist, mentor, McKenzie practitioner, coach, innovator, author, educator, patient, and athlete. Read more about Allan, contact him, get updates via email, or connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.