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.

Working with Caesarean Scars

  As a scar specialist, I work with many women with a Caesarean scar (CS); sometimes they have three or even four scars, one on top of the other, each time the surgeon possibly having cleared out adhesions and each time possibly more adhesions having formed.  This is complex and sensitive work as we unravel…

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Interoception and Self-Care

During the pandemic, Carol M. Davis presented a webinar on ‘Fascia, Interoception and Self-Care; a Pandemic/Holiday Imperative’.  Hugely needed at the time, this talk is just as relevant today and every day; as therapists and movement teachers we need to care for ourselves, not only for our own health but in order to be fit…

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Interoception – a summary of two papers

My aim here is to introduce you to two papers on Interoception, written in 2014 and 2017, to give you a broad overview of the topic. I have touched on what each paper covers, with the links so that you can explore these more yourself in the Member’s Area. The first one is by Robert…

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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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Myofascial Induction – Excerpts from the book

An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction Myofascial Induction™ – An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction describes the properties of the fascial network and provides therapeutic solutions for different types of fascial dysfunction. Volume 1 analyzes in depth the theoretical aspects related to fascia and focuses on the therapeutic procedures of Myofascial Induction…

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The sensing and “phase changing” nature of fascia in motion

Pandiculation is one of nature’s homeostatic blueprints; It is the body’s way of resetting itself after a period of restful sleep or inactivity. A motion arises that follows the spiral pattern of fascial continuity, triggering a body-wide “phase change” from stiff to supple; nourishing, revitalising and restoring the vibrancy of the tissue from the inside…

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