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How do you see your body?

by Jan Trewartha Not that long ago many yoga classes were very focused on achieving and holding a posture; nowadays they may very well concentrate more on developing our somatic awareness as we are encouraged to unfold, unfurl and unspiral our limbs, and to be aware of the effect on the whole body of one…

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The Fascial Foot

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Anatomy of the Pelvis

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From Fascia in Pieces to Fascia in Peace

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Site-specific Fascia Tuning Pegs

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Should bone be considered fascia: Proposal for a change in taxonomy of bone – a clinical anatomist’s view

Fascia is the accepted term to describe integrated three-dimensional connective tissues that have failed to be described in a manner agreed by recognised anatomical authorities. It is proposed that the ambiguity concerning the seeming indefinability and lack of agreement is predominantly conceptual and partially technical.

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