Another incredible Anatomy Trains e-magazine created by Julie Hammond, director of Anatomy Trains Australia and New Zealand and her amazing team. This seventh issue is all about fascia! Contributions from Thomas Myers Gil Hedley David Lesondak Lauri Nemetz Julie Hammond Plus teacher spotlights on Chris Clayton, Marcin Siedlaczek, and Cristy Harper! Enjoy.
‘Tis the season for end-of-the-year lists and we at Anatomy Trains have gathered our top 10 most popular blogs and social media posts of 2018. We are so grateful for our dedicated students and followers who engage with our content so thoughtfully. We are delighted that our article “What you need to know about Fascia”… Read more
From Tom: “A lot of the most interesting discoveries at the moment are happening in the superficial fascia. Here is a new image out of the Fascia Research Society’s Fascial Net Plastination Project. All the spaces in the ‘honeycomb’ used to have fat cells in them. Those fat cells would have been held in place… Read more
When asked to summarise and synthesise all the various bits of information flying around the Fifth International Fascial Research Congress into a bit of advice, Dr Frank Willard (from the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, by the way, over here in Berlin with us) said, simply, “Exercise.” So many of the studies show… Read more
From Tom: One of the most interesting (and unsung – it was stuck off in a corner and not publicised near enough) exhibits at the Berlin Fascia Research Congress (FRC) November 14 and 15 was the new fascial presentations from the BodyWorlds plastinarium, a few hours south of Berlin in Guben. (News flash: Anatomy Trains… Read more
Tom responds to this post: https://functionalfascia.com/anatomy-trains-fact-or-fiction/ Anatomy Trains, Fact or Fiction? I’m sorry I haven’t seen this until now, since it was posted long ago – it’s always a pleasure to enter the lists to joust with Julian. I hear a bit of Gil Hedley in this line of thinking too, another dissection artist with… Read more