There is a common misconception of how the body is structurally held together. Typically, we refer to the spine and the bones as a stack of building blocks where the muscles and soft tissues just ‘hang’ off them.
However, this view is changing fast…
It’s becoming more accepted across scientific fields and in manual therapeutic disciplines that a curious, continuous network of connective tissue has a profound impact on our health and mobility. This fascial or global connective tissue system nourishes, communicates, invests and supports all of our body’s cells. And today, fresh insight into this connective tissue ‘web’ has given medical practitioners a more applicable understanding of why and how injury, pain or dysfunction is maintained.
Seeing the body through the lens of this fascinating growing research helps us to understand how interconnected all of our bodily systems are. Plus, knowing the properties of the fascia can help us gain a big advantage on how best to work with and treat our bodies.
If you’d like to see how powerful this can be for yourself, come and experience some of these key insights in our free, physiotherapy group workshop!
This one-off, informal, interactive workshop will introduce you to your body’s amazing connective tissue system and how it plays a vital role in your well-being.
You’ll gain a new appreciation of how your body is connected together through the fascial system and how you can use this knowledge to access ways to move with greater ease. Our time together will have a practical element too, so come in loose-fitting clothing, prepared to experience moving in a different way! So save the date, Wednesday 11th June at 6.30pm.
All are welcome. Just make sure you book in straight away, because with only eight spaces available, we wouldn’t want you to miss out on discovering what your body’s biggest secret has been hiding from you!
To book your place, call Sweaty Betty Bath on 01225 444318 or just drop into the store at #13 Northgate Street. Hope you can make it. Looking forward to seeing you soon!