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FASCIAL POSTURE TRAINING SYSTEM (FPTS) WORKSHOP

The next FASCIAL POSTURE TRAINING SYSTEM (FPTS) will be held on SUNDAY, JULY 16, 2017 from 10:00am to 6:00pm at Healthy Habits. Click here for more information and to sign up. Spaces are limited so sign up now! Don’t miss your chance to learn how to add fascial training to your repertoire and improve your […]

Powerlifting, Tennis, Running, How to do ANY sport Better!

Fascia remember is the number one innervated tissue in the entire body.  Since so much of the nervous system is embedded in the fascia it must have a great impact on all movement and coordination, both of which are nervous-system tasks.  It is only when an individual moves with ultimate EFFICIENCY that peak performance is […]

The Most Important and Most Overlooked System In Your Body

Do you know what fascia is? If you work out, care about your health and want to optimize your physical ability for a lifetime, it’s time to learn more about the most important system of your body.    Fascia – What it is and why it matters Fascia is the elastic-like system of compression and tension that wraps itself […]
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What does fascia look like?

I keep posting on fascia and perhaps continue to assume that everyone is understanding the nuance of the bodily tissue I am speaking about.  Here are some dissection pictures from our Fascial Posture Training Course.   The participants dissected many layers of fascia from turkey breasts with skin and lamb shank.  You CAN try this […]
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Fascial Posture Training In Action

Fascial Posture Training In Action

This is a picture taken during our Fascial Posture Training Systems course last summer. Alex is from 3- Monkeys Fitness in Toronto, and he worked with Blaise from Blaise-in-Fitness based in Tabago. Alex has released the fascial tension in Blaise’s right shoulder.  Note how her shoulder is longer and down on the right compared to […]
Directional Fascial Stretching For Joint Preservation

Directional Fascial Stretching For Joint Preservation

Stretching fascia and not just muscle fibers requires different techniques. Fascial Stretch Techniques: 1) Add Resistance to all poses ie:  In the photo Jess is spotting Lucy in a lunge position for quadriceps, hip capsule, and lumbar stretching.  The green line shows Lucy reaching up with tension through her arms and hands and keeping her […]

Why Everyone Needs Some Yoga

You are well aware that today’s modern lifestyle is a killer.  The daily stress resulting from our current routines, demands and expectations is more than many can bear.  That is why stress is the leading cause of workplace sickness, the root cause of many illnesses and conditions, and a contributing factor to the why, when […]

Fascial Fitness – Part 2

We introduced you to the term fascia in our July 1 blog, Fascial Fitness – Part 1.  It is important to understand that if you want to make permanent physical changes to your body you can’t just train your muscles, you have to train your fascia too. Our seamless fascial web that surrounds and connects […]
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Fascial Fitness – Part 1

It is easy to imagine the impact of exercise on muscles, bones and even joints.  But what does exercise do for your fascia?  What is fascia! Fascia is a structure of connective tissue that surrounds our muscles, blood vessels and nerves.  When our muscles move and exert force fascia provide a sliding and gliding environment […]
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Correcting Posture Imbalances

Muscles and movement are integrated into body-wide fascial webbing. Myofascia refers to muscle tissue and its web of connective(fascial)tissue.
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