The Fascia Hub Articles

A core part of The Fascia Hub is to share up to date articles with our members, curating a library of up-to-date research and insight to help you learn and grow. We invite you to take time to enjoy and explore the different fascia topics.

Laurice Nemetz

The Shape of Things: Form in Fascia and Space

On Thursday 22nd June ’23, join author Lauri Nemetz for her Members’ Webinar; a fascinating exploration into shape, form, and function both in our anatomy as well as how shape impacts our larger environments. She weaves threads from her work in dissection, art history, therapy, movement, anatomy and so much more!  “Life shapes us and we…

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Monthly Member Webinar – 20 July 2023

Monthly Member Webinar As one of our membership benefits, we are delighted to run a monthly members’ webinar to explore a different element of fascia.  See the details below for this month’s instalment. Practical details Date: Thursday 20th July Time: 19.00 UK time. Check your timezone here Presenter: Christine Wushke Title:Breathing and Beyond: Harnessing the…

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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Breathing and Beyond: Harnessing the Mind-Body Connection for Optimal Well Being

Practical details Presenter: Christine WushkeTitle: Breathing and Beyond: Harnessing the Mind-Body Connection for Optimal Wellbeing Summary: Description: Join us in this webinar as we explore the profound relationship between breathing and emotional well-being. Delve into the science behind the mind-body connection and experience the transformative power of somatic mindfulness. Discover how mindful breathing practices can improve…

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To stretch or not to stretch?

by Chris Frederick A great deal of controversy was generated by an article about the effects of stretching before and after exercising. This article appeared in August of 2002 in a British Medical Journal (1). So much controversy, indeed, that the esteemed editor of the highly regarded Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapy, Leon Chaitow…

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Is Living Tissue Designed to be Stretched?

By Paul Thornley Is living tissue designed to be stretched? Well, if I said “Absolutely not, it’s an anti-stretching tissue designed to stop you falling and we should respect its natural boundaries and not exceed them”, would this confuse your current understanding of stretching? Is living tissue designed to stretch? Think about that for a…

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Is living tissue designed to be stretched?

Is living tissue designed to be stretched? Well, if I said “Absolutely not, it’s an anti-stretching tissue designed to stop you falling and we should respect its natural boundaries and not exceed them”, would this confuse your current understanding of stretching? Is living tissue designed to stretch? Think about that for a moment as you…

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