CAPA ROLF LINES 1998-11-November
SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
MULLER-KAUL, Lu
CHAITOW, Leon
KINNUNEN, Jeffrey
MUELLER-KAUL, Lu
Pages: 35-37
Year 1998
This is part 2 of a series focusing on the intricate network connecting fascia and the neuromuscular coordination system. Part 1 focused on the function of interstitial muscle receptors as well as new research on neural gravity receptors within fascia’. Future continuations of this series are planned, dealing with e.g. thixotropy, short-term fascial plasticity, and internal body representations. The following quote by the founder of osteopathy underlines the fundamental quest of this series2:”The soul of man with all the streams of pure living water seems to dwell in the fascia of his body. When you deal with the fascia, you deal and do business with the branch offices of the brain, and under the general corporation law, the same as the brain itself, and why not treat it with the same degree of respect.”Andew Taylor Still Philosophy of Osteopathy, 1899
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