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Self-care during and after challenging times

Following the British Fascia Symposium, I would like to share with you a summary of the final Advisory Panel, which closed the event on Sunday 22nd May.  The presenters attending the panel were: Robert Schleip, Karen Kirkness, Sneha Krishna, Moushumi Kuvawala, George Roth, Owen Lewis, Ana Barretxeguren and Tracey Mellor. Questions were initially slow coming…

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Self-care during and after challenging times

Following the British Fascia Symposium, I would like to share with you a summary of the final Advisory Panel, which closed the event on Sunday 22nd May.  The presenters attending the panel were: Robert Schleip, Karen Kirkness, Sneha Krishna, Moushumi Kuvawala, George Roth, Owen Lewis, Ana Barretxeguren and Tracey Mellor, and I had the privilege…

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Could your client have a connective tissue disorder?

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 described as a condition that affects the parts of the…

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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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Monthly Member Webinar – Trauma, the ANS and the EDS relationship

Practical details Date: 22 January 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00Presenter: Jeannie di BonTitle: Trauma, the ANS and the EDS relationship Explore new research and theories into the relationship between hypermobility, anxiety and trauma.  This is a relatively new field and association between connective tissue and the impact on the autonomic nervous system.   Jeannie will share her personal experience of living…

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Myofascial Release for Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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