Why fascia dynamics?
Fascia dynamics is an integrated & global approach tool designed to offer a thorough understanding of fascia, its correlation to movement, and how to remodel it using a range of varying modalities. Most fascia-related courses are targeted on releasing the fascia but recent evidence shows that Fascia forms both metabolic and mechanical matrix. The fascial continuum is essential for transmitting the muscle force and for correct motor coordination, which makes training the fascia equally important. The fascia dynamics system helps in distinguishing between mobility and stability issues of the fascia and therefore helps decide on whether to release or train the fascial system. This approach guides you on where to intervene and how to intervene in a targeted manner.
The conventional medical approach to pain and dysfunction is isolated to the assessment and treatment of the symptomatic site. The system fails to look into the body as a system in itself. The newly acknowledged fascial system gives a more holistic insight into pain, movement, and dysfunction. Fascia is an uninterrupted viscoelastic tissue that forms a functional 3-dimensional structural continuity that gives form and function to every tissue and organ. It surrounds and penetrates all structures of the body extending from head to toe and include muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, meninges, bones, and internal organs
We at Fascia Dynamic System take into consideration that Movement and Stability of the body are contingent on the balance of forces distributed through the myofascial chains. With trauma, injury, inflammatory responses, and/or surgical procedures the fascial system gets altered leading to change in fascial force vectors. Fascia Dynamic System uses a comprehensive assessment and treatment model to address the entire fascial complex which balances the dysfunctional forces and helps achieve sustained changes.
Introduction to fascia release & movement
As per classical anatomy, muscle forces are transmitted serially, and the torque developed around a joint depends only on the agonist and antagonist muscle forces. Movement patterns were, therefore, analyzed through a linear framework of isolated muscle groups, based on singular muscle attachments and isolated joint actions. However, complex movements result from the simultaneous interaction of multiple parts of many human systems. These interactions of systems are linked by fascia and the recent evidence suggests that around 30% of muscle force production is lost to it’s surrounding tissues via fascia.
Lumbopelvic Region (Training Module)
At fascia dynamics, we acknowledge the central role of fascia in movement co-ordination and have designed unique assessment strategies to assess dysfunctions in force production. This course will give you an insight into the dynamic role of fascia in the lumbopelvic region and provide you with a practical tool for movement assessment and exercise design.
Lumbopelvic Region (Mobility Module)
The lumbopelvic region plays a central role in sustaining postural stability and appropriate mobility. To achieve these functions the region requires the assistance of complex myofascial and aponeurotic girdle. This course focuses on understanding the mechanics of various layers that make up the fascial system, their role in movement dysfunction, assessment of the fascial force vectors, and interventions to help fascial layers slide properly over each other, allowing the fascia to perform its physiological functions.