Dear visitors and customers,
For a long time, fascia has been living a shadowy existence in musculoskeletal research and was predominantly regarded as protective shells for the "actual" structures such as muscles, bones, intervertebral discs and organs. However, recent research suggests that fascia plays an important and active role. This includes the ability to contract and release independently of the muscles. The profound knowledge about the potential of fascia for the generation of pain and their significance as our most important and richest sensory organ for proprioception underline the great importance of the fascial system for medicine.
My main activity is fascia research and the development of new reliable examination methods in the field of clinical connective tissue research.
I am happy to pass on my knowledge and experience with enthusiasm in lectures and hands-on instructions in workshops and seminars. Here I also fall back on my more than 20 years of experience as a teacher in the Rolfing- and Feldenkrais Method. As an author and publisher, I have contributed to numerous articles for specialist publications as well as specialist books.
My particular pleasure is the lively interaction with numerous researchers, therapists and lateral thinkers in the international field. In this dynamic field of exchange I can certainly predict one thing: the next few years will bring us numerous unexpected insights into the complex dynamics of the body-wide fascia network. If you are just waiting for a' scientific confirmation' of what you think you already know, you should be prepared to be enriched with new perspectives and questions instead.
On this page please find interesting reports and news about fascia, which I have collected in the course of my work, but also useful links. Fascial training, further education and events.
With fascial greetings