We always love seeing what we talk about and practice in GST being reinforced with other research and study. So it was great to stumble upon this short reflection on some of Tom Myers’ work recently on a Yoga website.
Now that you know you have this thing in your body called fascia, what is it made out of? Like many parts of your biology, your fascia has a specific recipe. The body recipe for fascia is collagen, elastin and ground substance.
We are so excited to announce that Anna Rahe’s first book will be released sometime this fall! “From Skin to Soul: The Definitive Guide to Total Body Fascia Care” will put GST and fascia into context for you and explain what you can do at home to experience our special Fascia Care Technology!
Exciting news! An article published by CNN today says “Researchers have detailed the structure and distribution of spaces in your body that they say represent a newfound human organ, and this “organ” just might be your body’s biggest…It’s the part of the body known as the interstitium, a name for widespread, fluid-filled spaces within and between tissues all over your body, according to a study published in the journal Scientific Reports on Tuesday.”
We are all superficial. We only ever really think skin deep and it’s also kind of not our fault. It’s impossible barring skinning ourselves (yuck) to get under the skin. But under your skin lies a world that would blow your mind.
Have you ever thought about how your body parts stay in place? You have tons of wires (nerves), hundreds of pipes (veins), tubes and bladders, (organs) that somehow stay in place inside the balloon of your skin. What keeps these things in place inside of you? And by the way, what is the stuff that your organs, brain and skin are made of?