Where It Is, It Isn’t

As a beginning student of Structural Integration, working with the body’s connective tissue and fascia was confusing to me. In all my past studies, I had been trained to think in terms of muscles and bones, and suddenly I was being asked to think about connective...
Notes from the Clinic – Footwork

Notes from the Clinic – Footwork

The fascial layers surrounding the bones of the foot can be likened to a ‘shrink wrap’ stocking, and it is this three-dimensional fascial envelope that ‘casts’ the foot in an everted or pronated position. Once these layers have adhered, releasing them will take a...