Category: Technique

How to Train Fascia, Tip 4: Elasticity

The final installment in our short video series of fascial training tips with Tom Myers! We’re beginning to understand how important healthy fascia is to a healthy body, but how can we train our fascia to keep it hydrated and functioning well? Tom gives you some answers in this four-part series. In this fourth tip,… Read more

Q&A with Tom: Kyphosis and Fascia

In this blog post, Tom answers a frequently asked question from a follower about an all-too common postural pattern — upper and lower cervical kyphosis. Hello, after watching the webinar (How Fascia Moves – thank you), I had a question. As an occupational therapist, I see people with hunched shoulders and necks. I question whether… Read more

Anatomy Trains in Honolulu

Tom recently taught two courses in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii: Balancing the Pelvis and ‘Finding Home’ – A Guide to Functional Neutral. Enjoy some photos from his time there. Tom beginning the ‘Balancing the Pelvis’ course with work on the abductor group.  Pretty nice to be able to duck out for lunch and take a swim… Read more

How to Train Fascia, Tip 2: Lengthening

Second in our short video series of fascial training tips with Tom Myers! We’re beginning to understand how important healthy fascia is to a healthy body, but how can we train our fascia to keep it hydrated and functioning well? Tom gives you some answers in this four-part series. Enjoy part two and stay tuned… Read more

How to Train Fascia, Tip 1: Vectors

We’re beginning to understand how important healthy fascia is to a healthy body, but how can we train our fascia to keep it hydrated and functioning well? Tom has filmed a short series of fascial training tips to help with just that. Enjoy part one of the four-part series and stay tuned for the rest of… Read more

Your Chair as a Movement Tool

Chairs have been with us for a long time. First they were only for nobles and royalty, but gradually chairs have become more and more common. In the 19th century, with trains and coaches, sitting became more common, but it is really in the 20th century that we could say we have an ‘inactivity crisis’.… Read more

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