In this picture, while I am winter camping, you can see how I use my lateral line of Fascia for movement and stability.
The Lateral Line of connective tissue (fascia) runs along each side of the body from the mid-point of the foot around the outside of the ankle and up the lateral aspect of the leg, hip and side ribs ending in the neck, attached behind the ear.
Fascia is the organ of structure. It is the overall fabric that makes up our body.
The Lateral Line of connective tissue (fascia) runs along each side of the body from the midpoint of the foot around the outside of the ankle and up the lateral aspect of the leg, hip and the side ribs, attaching behind the ear.This line of connective tissue is of strong support for our movement patterns, twisting motions and balance.
Today we will play with this amazing resource in our body.
Twisting and balance poses, side bending and isometric holds (= pausing in the pose in a certain position) will be the recipe for a strong and resilient body.
When the Lateral Line of Fascia works well, we don’t wear ourselves out and we are more efficient with our energy.
“Your time here is sacred. Decide now the impact that you want to make. Today and every day.” Darren Hardy
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