This is a great visual showing the science of how stress can fuel persistent pain and how the brain and nervous system can ‘learn’ / become wired to make the body feel continuous pain, often in the absence of structural or tissue damage.
In its normal healthy state, fascia will stretch and move freely / fluidly without restriction. However, fascia can become dense and stuck due to over / under use, injury and trauma. Symptoms include inflammation, scar tissue, trigger points, stiffness
Since training in Sharon Wheeler’s ScarWork, I have been busy working on people’s scars. These pictures show a scar from abdominal surgery 10 years ago before and after just 3 x 30 minutes of ScarWork. The tissue around the scar
There is so much I could say about the British Fascia Symposium 2018, it was FAB doesn’t quite cut it! I’ll share some info through the week, for now I’ll just share this pic of Carol Davis, Vice Chair of
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