Embodied Tensegrity: Fascia and Yoga

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Embodied Tensegrity: Fascia and Yoga

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Fascia is a tensegritous matrix of fluids and connective tissues that integrates and forms the support of everything in the body. It is the very fabric of the body. An uninterrupted viscoelastic tissue, fascia surrounds and penetrates all body structures from head to toe.

Awake and alive, fascia is composed of intricately relational substances. Each fiber and molecule is in constant communication with its immediate environment and the larger global family of cells. Understanding and embodying our fascial body offers a new window into a more wholistic experience of body and mind that we can effectively explore in our yoga practices.

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We are not mechanical or linear beings—neither at the level of consciousness or structure. It is important for growth and ability to embody our full potential, to unearth these unhealthy and restrictive concepts and replace them with wholistic paradigms for understanding what it is to live in an intelligent and intricately relational body. Our complex fascial weave is an underlying template of wholeness that supports an incredible diversity.

Fascia is a tensegritous matrix of connective tissue that integrates and forms the support of everything in the body. It is the very fabric of the body. An uninterrupted viscoelastic tissue, fascia surrounds and penetrates all body structures from head to toe.

Awake and alive, fascia is composed of intricately relational substances. Each fiber and molecule is in constant communication with its immediate environment and the larger global family of cells. Embodying our fascia—which basically means actively feeling it and recognizing the consciousness that is emanating from it—reveals the possibility of fully integrated whole-body-mind, conscious, living, and breathing movement.