Nieuwe cursus met Robert Schleip PhD MA – FASCIA AS A SENSORY AND EMOTIONAL ORGAN


9 Oktober 2020

datum 1-2 oktober 2021

FASCIA AS A SENSORY AND EMOTIONAL ORGAN
IMPLEMENTING NEW INSIGHTS FROM CONNECTIVE TISSUE RESEARCH INTO MYOFASCIAL TREATMENT PRACTICE

Robert Schleip PhD MA

Recent research indicates that the muscular connective tissues (fasciae) serve a more active role than previously assumed. This includes the capacity to regulate their stiffness independently from neuromuscular coordination, the role of fascia as a potential pain generator, and its role as our richest sensory organ for proprioception. In addition, new insights about an intricate connection between fascia and the autonomic nervous system as well as emotional aspects have become available. These new perspectives offer valuable suggestions for practical clinical applications in working with post-traumatic stress disorders as well as other common aspects in musculoskeletal medicine. Dr. Robert Schleip, director of the Fascia Research Project, Ulm University, Germany, will review the most important insights from the field of fascia research related to this intriguing topic and will demonstrate practical translations into hands-on myofascial applications.

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Fascia as a Sensory and Emotional Organ