DR. JEAN CLAUDE GUIMBERTEAU VIDEO SERIES STROLLING UNDER THE SKIN

Well, of course after a four-day workshop with the genius movement extraordinaire, Marie Jose Blom-Lawrence, it’s all I can think about! Tom will also share imagery from his own dissections and image collection of fascia and cellular interactions. This minute video contains some of the most fascinating images of living fascia ever developed. Slips and falls, whiplash, surgery or just habitually poor posture create fascial restrictions that accumulate over time. There will be time for your questions. Tom offers continuing education classes and professional certification in Structural Integration worldwide through his company, Kinesis, which lives with him on the coast of Maine.

Once these restrictions start exerting abnormal pressure on bones, joints, nerves, blood vessels and even organs, they unbalance the system, creating pain both locally and in seemingly unrelated areas of your body. Tom will also share imagery from his own dissections and image collection of fascia and cellular interactions. A film by Dr. It was the first time that living fascia in the body had been documented – and what images! Instead of a system of separate coverings, it is a single structure that exists from head to toe. Sunday Science Lecture Series Presents:

Jean-Claude Guimberteau Skip the first 2 minutes if you don’t want to see surgical removal of tissue. In this way, you can begin to see that each part of the entire body is inextricably connected to every other part by the fascia, like yarn in a sweater.

Dr. Jean-Claude GUIMBERTEAU, M.D.

Sunday Science Lecture Series Presents: A film by Dr. Once these restrictions start exerting abnormal pressure on bones, joints, nerves, blood vessels and even organs, they unbalance the system, creating pain both locally and in seemingly unrelated areas of your body. A student of Ida Rolf, Moshe Feldenkrais, Buckminster Fuller, Emilie Conrad, and numerous other teachers, Tom has practiced integrative bodywork for 35 years in a variety of cultural and clinical settings.

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Imagine the fascia in your body like a spider’s web or sweater. This minute video contains some of the most fascinating images of living fascia ever developed.

Strolling Under the Skin, A film by Dr. Jean-Claude Guimberteau

Evoking morning dew, spiders’ webs, trabeculae, patterns in ice, fire, and wind, these images of an adapting and infinitely adaptable fascial network brought forward a new image of the Extra Cellular Matrix. With the proper amount of tension, it helps support the efficient alignment of your bones while being elastic enough to permit full, unrestricted movement. Instead of a system of separate coverings, it is a single structure that exists from head to toe.

Tom will also share imagery from his own dissections and image collection of fascia and cellular interactions. You often hear me talk about the fascia. Tom offers continuing education classes and professional certification in Structural Integration worldwide through his company, Kinesis, which lives with him on the coast of Maine.

Tom Myers – The Bodywork Education Project

Join our mailing list. Jean-Claude Guimberteau Skip the first 2 minutes if you don’t want to see surgical removal of tissue ” A peek underneath the skin at the living tissue that most of us are oblivious to, but is the epitome and quintessence of our structure. In this evening’s encounter, we will view the film with commentary by Tom Myers, who has visited with Dr. It holds us together, stabilizes our inner landscape, and allows us unde move!

Come see one of the most beautiful depictions of living fascia in action in the body, with Tom as a tour guide to the seroes anatomy.

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Tom’s comments will fill in the blanks, explain the scientific concepts and terms, and shed light on the scientific implications of this film for soft tissue therapists. However, in response to physical trauma or inflammation, it begins losing its pliability.

This is the first of it’s kind. Well, of course after a four-day workshop with unser genius movement extraordinaire, Marie Jose Blom-Lawrence, it’s all I can think about! There will be time for your questions. Slips and falls, whiplash, surgery or just habitually poor posture create fascial restrictions that accumulate over time.

It was the first time that living fascia in the body had been documented – and what images! The beauty and excitement of this film is that it is living fascia in a living person, and so beautifully filmed that no one — lay or serues — can see this video unmoved.

In a normal healthy state, the fascial system maintains the body in equilibrium through a delicate balance of tension uean elasticity. Strolling Under the Skin, A film by Dr. The sheer poetry of the images is enough, but you also learn how the collagen, ground substance, water and fat work together to make this ‘sliding system’ – the body’s interconnected system of loose connective tissue.