Reset your life in 28 days
It all begins with a commitment to 28 days of Fascial Maneuvers. A movement process created to access the body’s most powerful organ, the fascia. Over our 10 years in clinical practice we found all trauma is held in the fascia and can be released through simple self-help techniques. This 28 day journey will guide you through the process of how we reset and transformed our own lives, so you can too.Join the challenge
Your fascia may be your most misunderstood organ.
Once thought of just as a dumb fibrous mesh, not worthy of any study, fascia is now known to be a highly adaptive, fluid, jelly-like, biological supercomputer with one thousand times more nerve endings than the human brain – Yes, you heard that right, fascia has more nerve endings than the human brain. In fact, we are fascia! Our vital organs, bones, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and glands all live in an intricate fascial network that begins forming during fetal development.
The way we see it, all information received by the body goes through the Fascia first where it is processed before the brain can react. Each calculation is precise and uses chemical, mechanical, metabolic, emotional and perceptual input in the decision making process.
Fascia is notorious for holding stress and trauma. That means when someone says something that hurts you, your fascia responds and the body tightens. Later, you find out what they said was wrong, your emotions and perceptions change immediately, and the body loosens. When you step on a piece of glass, mechanical information is received by the fascia in the foot, processes, and the entire body moves instantaneously and intelligently away from danger in a coordinated fashion. When your digestive system isn’t working, the fascia signals the rest of the body to compensate in the most effective, least damaging way possible. In every circumstance, each calculation is done carefully and meticulously by the fascial-supercomputer to produce the most optimal solution for the body to function.
We believe by interfering with the bodies well-thought-out adaptation and compensation patterns, we are creating more problems long term. We have found that by reducing the global stress in the fascia, the body begins to naturally function and perform optimally. Our method of communicating with the body on a fascial level reduces stress, improves mobility and enhances performance in ways we never thought possible.