Welcome to The Fascia Hub

The Fascia Hub is an educational membership forum, created with the aim of bringing together the global fascia community – become a member and be part of something exciting!

Inspired by the success of The British Fascia Symposium Online 2020, we realised there was a need to support and bring together the community from the world of fascia.  The Fascia Hub aims to create an educational membership forum which shares knowledge that not only informs your practice, but helps you grow and learn as an individual.

By becoming a member, you will help shape the community, have priority event booking, exclusive discounts and receive access to an expanding library of articles, videos and research from industry leaders and experts from the world of fascia.

Membership

We invite you to join our community and be part of something special. Membership is just £15 per month.

Showcase Events

Robert Schleip

2-Day Event 15/16 January 2022

Robert will be running this excellent online course, A fascial perspective for working with scars and adhesions, for us again on 15/ 16 January. Members had priority booking from 16 November at £225. The remaining places are now available at £270.

Fascia & Resonance

1-Day Event 12th March 2022

Save the date for our next full-day event. Watch this space and your emails to find out when the booking opens.

British Fascia Symposium

3-Day Event 20/22 May 2022

The 5th British Fascia Symposium returns for its biennial outing.  Watch this space and your emails to find out when the booking opens.

The Fascial Brain(s)

1-Day Event 16 July 2022

Dive into this fascinating and emerging topic with us during this event.  Watch this space and your emails to find out when the booking opens.

The Fascial Breath

1-Day Event 15 October 2022

Our focus topic during this workshop is the Fascial Breath.  Watch this space and your emails to find out when the booking opens.

Upcoming Events

We are continually building our programme and are really excited to have some fantastic events planned over the next few months.  All are led by industry thought leaders and experts within their field.  If you have an idea for an event you would love us to run, then tell us about it. We'd love to hear from you!

20th January - Member Webinar

Trauma, the ANS and the EDS relationship - Explore new research and theories into the relationship between hypermobility, anxiety and trauma with Jeannie di Bon.

25th February - Member Webinar

With Sue Adstrum, Ph.D. A history of fascia - Ka mua, ka muri (we walk backwards into the future) is a well-known New Zealand Maori proverb, that means we should look to the past to inform the future.

24th March - Member Webinar

With Stephen Levin M.D. and Graham Scarr. This webinar will focus on the simple activities of walking and running, the details of which remain poorly understood in many respects, and introduce and discuss new ways of thinking about them.

Testimonials

Really appreciate all of the wisdom shared, I’m leaving with more questions than I came with and that’s always a good thing. Thanks so much to all presenters, and to you Jan. Lovely bunch of people. Very inspired! ~ Fascia Foot Attendee

I am so grateful to you all for the quality and inspiration of your training. They have lit the way for me into new universes of learning and inquiry. It’s just so stunning and lovely when that can happen.

– Kristin Farthing, USA

An extremely high quality event, with world class speakers who were able to bridge the space often left between scientific theory and the real life body. Loads of great information shared in a way that I didn’t feel talked down to. I learned so many really interesting things and will be back for more, I very much hope! Thank you!

–  Sue, UK

The Fascial Pelvis event gave me more insights on why light touch and communication restoration is a much better way to go for many different issues. My practical experience was confirmed with data where available and presented by a warm hearted group of professionals. I felt the practical experience, intention and know how through the screen of my computer 🙂 Relaxed, light and connected, its the direction our modalities and therapies are evolving in the coming decades.

– Nancy de Vos, Netherlands

Fantastic event: excellent theme and amazing presenters! I like to thank you to the Fascia Hub team for the experience.

– Angela Fernandes, Portugal

This was my first ever webinar format for learning. The presenters were articulate, knowledgable and passionate in their presentations, making my first webinar fantastic. I will definitely return to future webinars and recommend your site to others!

– Kim Fuller, USA

I was impressed at the technical set up, very successful. The movement breaks were excellent and essential. Biotensegrity is about the human body moving–no long presentation should be without whole-body movement.

– Dianne Woodruff, Canada

What I love most of all about the fascia hub, is the respectful, compassionate sharing of ideas from different disciplines. It makes the dialogue vibrant, dynamic and progressive. It never fails to reignite my passion for body work.

– Carina Stinchcombe, UK

I thoroughly enjoyed the event. It was well organised with a good balance of presenters from different genres of the fascia community. John Sharkey’s pelvic anatomy presentation was, for me, the most enjoyable and informative. I learned new things and will carry a lot of it through to my work. Looking forward to the next event!

– Jill Hitchcock, UK

I thoroughly enjoyed participating in the Fascial Pelvis webinar. I was extremely impressed with the knowledge of the presenters and learned something new from each of them which will benefit my practice and improve my own posture. I’m grateful that this event was online as attending in person is difficult for me and hope that these webinars will continue.

– Cathy Fernie, UK

Really appreciate all of the wisdom shared, I’m leaving with more questions than I came with and that’s always a good thing. Thanks so much to all presenters, and to you Jan. Lovely bunch of people. Very inspired!

~ Fascia Foot Attendee

I am so grateful to you all for the quality and inspiration of your training. They have lit the way for me into new universes of learning and inquiry. It’s just so stunning and lovely when that can happen.

– Kristin Farthing, USA

An extremely high quality event, with world class speakers who were able to bridge the space often left between scientific theory and the real life body. Loads of great information shared in a way that I didn’t feel talked down to. I learned so many really interesting things and will be back for more, I very much hope! Thank you!

–  Sue, UK

The Fascial Pelvis event gave me more insights on why light touch and communication restoration is a much better way to go for many different issues. My practical experience was confirmed with data where available and presented by a warm hearted group of professionals. I felt the practical experience, intention and know how through the screen of my computer 🙂 Relaxed, light and connected, its the direction our modalities and therapies are evolving in the coming decades.

– Nancy de Vos, Netherlands

Fantastic event: excellent theme and amazing presenters! I like to thank you to the Fascia Hub team for the experience.

– Angela Fernandes, Portugal

This was my first ever webinar format for learning. The presenters were articulate, knowledgable and passionate in their presentations, making my first webinar fantastic. I will definitely return to future webinars and recommend your site to others!

– Kim Fuller, USA

I was impressed at the technical set up, very successful. The movement breaks were excellent and essential. Biotensegrity is about the human body moving–no long presentation should be without whole-body movement.

– Dianne Woodruff, Canada

What I love most of all about the fascia hub, is the respectful, compassionate sharing of ideas from different disciplines. It makes the dialogue vibrant, dynamic and progressive. It never fails to reignite my passion for body work.

– Carina Stinchcombe, UK

I thoroughly enjoyed the event. It was well organised with a good balance of presenters from different genres of the fascia community. John Sharkey’s pelvic anatomy presentation was, for me, the most enjoyable and informative. I learned new things and will carry a lot of it through to my work. Looking forward to the next event!

– Jill Hitchcock, UK

I thoroughly enjoyed participating in the Fascial Pelvis webinar. I was extremely impressed with the knowledge of the presenters and learned something new from each of them which will benefit my practice and improve my own posture. I’m grateful that this event was online as attending in person is difficult for me and hope that these webinars will continue.

– Cathy Fernie, UK

Recent Articles

Could your client have a connective tissue disorder?

By Jeannie Di Bon – Movement Therapist and Hypermobility Specialist Could your client have a connective tissue disorder? What are the signs and symptoms we need to look out for?  This article gives an overview of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) which is one of the heritable disorders of the connective tissue. A connective tissue disorder is…

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British Fascia Symposium (Online) 2022 – Call for Proposals

We are very happy to announce the fifth British Fascia Symposium. This event is dedicated to bringing the latest knowledge about fascia to: therapists, movement teachers, sports coaches, physiotherapists In fact, anyone who works with the body and wants to know about the fascination of fascia. Our aim is to inspire the community to further their…

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Heart Coherence – How The Heart Can Master Our Emotions

by Daren Knight It was once maintained that emotions were purely mental expressions generated by the brain alone, and that the heart was purely a pump for moving oxygenated blood around the body. We now know that neither of these assumptions are true. The experience of an emotion results from the brain, heart and body…

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About The Fascia Hub

The Fascia Hub is an educational membership forum bringing together the global fascia community. Further to the success of the fourth BFS (held online in 2020), we identified a need for therapists and movement teachers, amongst others, to feel connected to a community and realised that this could be achieved by providing a mix of both virtual and (when the situation permits) in-person events, reaching out around the world.  

 

Our forum will be continuously evolving to respond to the needs of our members, so watch this space!  We have a lot of new and exciting activities planned for the coming year.  Charity will also be a part of what we do, because ensuring that there is something for everyone as well as giving back to the community is key.  We look forward to welcoming you aboard and to enjoying the journey together.

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