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Understanding Your Fascia | Running Times See, this is what I've been trying to tell massage students & therapists for 20 years.  John Barnes, PT has been teaching myofascial release (MFR) for 50 years!

Brilliant, short and very important article about understanding fascia. I heard Tom Meyers speak in June . And had NO idea how important the topic of fascia would become to me personally!

Anatomy Trains: For those that are unfamilar with fascia or its function, Thomas Myers details "The Nature of Fascia".

Fascia is a network of connective tissue in the body. Our nerves innervate with this complex system. Where there is resistance in the body, releasing fascia is the key.

The Deep Front Line - Anatomy Trains (One of the best myofascial books out there)

Myofascial Chain: Deep Front Line. These diagrams have really opened my eyes up to how internal arts such as bagua zhang and xing yi Quan use the fascia.

The Superficial Back Line (SBL) connects and protects the entire posterior surface of the body like a carapace from the bottom of the foot to the top of the head in two pieces - toes to knees, and knees to brow. When the knees are extended, as in standing, the SBL functions as one continuous line of integrated fascia.

Great visual on how connected we are from head to toe! The Superficial Back Line (SBL) connects and protects the entire posterior surface of the body like a carapace from the bottom of the foot to the top of the head in two pieces - toes to knees, and kne

Understanding Your Fascia By Julia Lucas (June 10, 2011) Fascia may be the missing piece for your lingering injury. Under your skin, encasing your body and webbing its way through your insides like spider webs, is fascia.

Understanding Your Fascia By Julia Lucas (June may be the missing piece for your lingering injury. Under your skin, encasing your body and webbing its way through your insides like spider webs, is fascia.

Massage Therapy for Back Pain, Hip Pain, and Sciatica: Perfect Spot No. 6, an area of common trigger points in the gluteus medius and minimus muscles of the hip.

Massage Therapy for Back Pain, Hip Pain, & Sciatica: Perfect Spot No. an area of common trigger points in the gluteus medius & minimus muscles of the hip.