The Fascia Guide is the worlds largest site about Fascia and Fascia Research with the purpose to give people knowledge of the body in a simple way.
- Currently, a global revolution is underway in anatomical research, fundamentally changing our understanding of the human body.
- It’s about Fascia, the network of connective tissue without a beginning or end, that envelops everything in the body, from muscles and skeleton to organs and cells.
- Fascia has been found to have a much greater significance for health, discomfort and pain than we previously thought.
- The video above provides a brief introduction to the subject and includes interviews with prominent figures such as world-renowned Italian fascia researcher Carla Stecco, a professor of anatomy.
How can Fascia bring about a new way of treating and preventing issues?
From a Fascia perspective, the focus is not solely on the specific problem and attempting to solve it.
Instead, the approach starts from the opposite direction – identifying the fundamental blockage in the flow, the underlying pressure that the body cannot handle, and the primary imbalances and compensations that affect both the flow and structure.
A holistic perspective is absolutely necessary in this context. Pressure can arise from a physical impact, but it can also stem from trauma, thought patterns, nutritional deficiencies, or a destructive lifestyle.
While it may sound straightforward in theory to identify the blockage and pressure, it can be more challenging in practice.
Since 2010, we have been dedicated to identifying and resolving the root issues, and this way of thinking forms the foundation of all Fascia Innovations activities.
What happens when Fascia gains recognition?
In the fall of 2022, Fascia was being mentioned in completely new ways and in entirely new contexts. Football icons discussed Fascia on TV, Fascia appeared on Wikipedia, and several newspapers began writing about Fascia and how new research provides new explanations for issues like back pain and Frozen Shoulder.
Furthermore, the Fascaiguiden podcast doubled its number of listeners.
While widespread breakthrough may still be some way off, what happens WHEN Fascia gains recognition?