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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Biotensegrity & Beginner’s Mind

Monthly Member Webinar with Susan Lowell de Solórzano Practical details Date: Thursday 16th March Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK time. Check your timezone here Presenters: Susan Lowell de Solórzano Title: Biotensegrity & Beginner’s Mind The webinar will be uploaded to the Members’ Area within 72 hours of the event for free access by our members….

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Members’ Meet-Up – London

Date: Saturday 4th March Time: 14.00 – 18.00 UK time Venue: The Hearth, Willesden, N.W. London Weblink: Click here No. of places limited to 30 Come and join us for our first, in-person, Members’ Meet-Up! We will be gathering at The Hearth in N.W. London; a lovely venue created to offer a peaceful meeting and working space,…

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Day 2 – Advisory Panel with today’s speakers

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Moushumi Kuvawala & Sneha Krishna: The role of collagen in myofascial mechanotransduction

Fibroblast migration is critical to maintain homeostasis and a healthy functioning of muscular tissue.  The micro-environment/ ECM of the intramuscular connective tissue (IMCT) provides structural integrity, tissue boundaries & initiates mechano-sensitive signalling pathways within the attached fibroblasts, which then influences its migration and other biochemical processes (Mechanotransduction).  Stiffness of the IMCT is determined by the…

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Andrzej Pilat: Fascia Continuity – evidence from unembalmed dissections

In anatomical research, using a topographical approach performed on embalmed cadavers, the concept of “fascia” relates to some anatomical structures such as the tensor fasciae latae, the palmar fascia and the thoracolumbar fascia. It suggests a series of unrelated elements instead of a unique and continuous configuration that links the body structure. Such an approach…

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KEYNOTE LECTURE: Gerald Pollack: The Fourth Phase of Water: A Role in Fascia

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