Category: Fascia

Anatomy Trains, Fact or Fiction? Tom Myers Responds

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

Padua – Part 4: Fascial Manipulation

Carla’s young friends, Catarina and Sheng Lei (glad to speak a little English in the midst of his sojourn in Italia), took me to a geological museum, which was rococo in the extreme ’round the assembled fossils, but I was distracted, still among the anatomists. In another life, I would play Narcissus and hoard old… Read more

Padua – Part 1: Carla’s Dissection

  Padua – setting for The Taming of the Shrewˆ – is also the crown jewel of universities, the oldest continuous institution of learning in the world, older even than Oxford. Padua’s population is one-quarter students. I was permitted to take only a few few photos inside the University of Padua and none in the… Read more

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