Fascial Fitness

Fascial Fitness

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Fascial Fitness
  • Fascial Fitness Booklet and Training Plan.pdf

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  • Fascial Fitness Trailer

  • Fascial Fitness Introduction & Explanation

  • Fascial Fitness Full Body

    Come to this total body fascial fitness routine over-and-over again for optimal health and well-being. In this practice, we move in wave-like motions to hydrate our connective tissue. This is often called "undulation." Think of it like spiral yoga. These movements are healing for the the body and...

  • Fascial Fitness Hips

    Explore and release the interconnective tissue in the hips, an area that's often tight for most of us (especially if you sit, drive or work at a desk). We take variations on traditional Yin yoga and hip stretches to work directly with the interconnective tissue. This class is healing, soothing an...

  • Fascial Fitness Spine

    A perfect compliment to yoga and pilates, this practice opens the interconnective tissue along the spine. This chain is often called the "myofascial back line," and it affects our posture and ability to walk and stand. A tight myofascial back line often results in back pain, disc herniations, and...

  • Fascial Fitness Dance

    Roll up your mat! It's not needed today! In today's class, we just dance! Your fascia loves chaos, and dancing is one of the best ways to take your body into new patterns of movement. Keep in mind, this class isn't about mastering "the steps" or following along with the exact routine. Move in you...

  • Fascial Fitness Unwind

    Get ready to relax and unwind in this special class focused on intuitive movement (with lots of guidance and suggestions offered!). You'll want to simply be on a blanket (no mat required) if you have
    hardwood floors, or directly on the carpet if your home has rugs. This practice is fantastic fo...

  • Fascial Fitness Relaxation

    In this video, we let go of unconscious bracing patterns in the body through a deep relaxation. You can do this lying down on your mat or in your bed. If you can, prop up your knees to take any pressure out of your low back. Dim the lights or place an eye pillow over your eyes if you can. So many...