Full body fascial facilitation is a treatment method which treats the whole body as a delicate, inter-related series of mechanisms like the intermeshed wheels of a finely tuned watch (read: tensegrity). Fascia, which is the framework of the body, forms the envelopes or pouches for all of the body’s vital organs. The muscles, liver, heart, and brain are a few examples of the tissues and organs that are supported by fascia.
In the course of a lifetime the jaw and throat muscles will have contracted many times more than the heart will have beat. The first connection our brain has with the outside world through the jaw – we cry – we suckle. With such a long-term and close connection with the brain, jaw disorders can […]
The article describes the process of experiencing Advanced Bowen or Neurostructural Integration Therapy.
Craniosacral Therapy is a very gentle, bodywork therapy integrating the art and science of working with the dynamics of the body’s tissues. It helps balance the skull, spinal and pelvic bones by harnessing the self-corrective tendencies of the body’s connective tissue (fascia) and cerebrospinal fluid. While very subtle, this therapy is hightly effective in treating […]
Cranial osteopathy is a branch of osteopathy that makes use of a little known body rhythm to detect and treat restrictions of motion anywhere in the body. The philosophy is the same as that of osteopathy, but the field of interest and the techniques of diagnosis and treatment are different. This rhythm is called the […]