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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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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Scars, organs and movement: what do we need to know?

Practical details Date: 20th October 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK timePresenter: Fabiana SilvaTitle: Scars, organs and movement: what do we need to know? Summary: Can scars interfere with our functionality? How can they influence our movements? Do they also influence our functioning and our internal organs? How can we assess and address this situation? This lecture will address this…

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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Integrating Our Quantum Anatomy into Movement Education

Practical details Date: 22nd September 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK timePresenter: Elizabeth Andes-Bell and Bruce BellTitle: Integrating Our Quantum Anatomy into Movement Education Join Elizabeth Andes-Bell and Bruce Bell for a discussion of integrating fascial toning and biotensegral principles into somatic experience so that students/clients recover, regenerate and embody balance and harmony. They will briefly cover four areas of…

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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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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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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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