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Integrating mental imagery and fascial tissue: A conceptualization for research into movement and cognition

Mental imagery (MI) research has mainly focused to date on mechanisms of effect and performance gainsassociated with muscle and neural tissues. MI’s potential to affect fascia has rarely been considered. This paper conceptualizes ways in which MI might mutually interact with fascial tissue to support performance and cognitive functions. Such ways acknowledge, among others, MI’s…

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The Emerging Science of Interoception:
Sensing, Integrating, Interpreting, and
Regulating Signals within the Self

Interoception refers to the representation of the internal states of an organism, and includes the processes by which it senses, interprets, integrates, and regulates signals from within itself. This review presents a unified research framework and attempts to offer definitions for key terms to describe the processes involved in interoception. We elaborate on these definitions…

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Interoception and Emotion

Influential theories suggest emotional feeling states arise from physiological changes from within the body. Interoception describes the afferent signalling, central processing, and neural and mental representation of internal bodily signals. Recent progress is made in conceptualizing interoception and itsneural underpinnings. These developments are supported by empirical data concerning interoceptive mechanisms and their contribution to emotion….

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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Fascial and Neurological Connections Within and Extending from the Cervical Spine

Monthly Member Webinar As part of your membership, 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. Event type Zoom Members Webinar Online 7 pm BST Day Hour Minute Second 23rd June 2022 – 19:00 UK time Practical details Date:…

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