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Ida Rolf

Rolfing and physical reality.

Jeffrey Maitland

Embodied being.

David Lesondak

Fascia, what it is and why it matters.

Noah Karrasch

Freeing emotions and energy through myofascial release.

Stanley Rosenberg

Accessing the healing power of the Vagus Nerve.

Carla Stecco
(best fascial fotos, micro-level)

Functional Atlas of the human fascial system.

Robert Schleip

Lehrbuch Faszien.

Fascial Fitness.

For more information on tensegrity:

Donald E. Ingber, David Lesondak


Thomas Myers

Anatomy Trains.


What Role Does Fascia Play in Rheumatic Diseases?                               By Helene M. Langevin, MD. 

Mechanotransduction as an Adaptation to Gravity 

by Tanbir Najrana and Juan Sanchez-Esteban (very interesting and evolutionary).

The Ida P. Rolf Library of Structural Integration

by Pedro Padro (an amazing archive of Rolf Journal articles from the years. Search engine function to find articles on various subjects).

Kevin Frank’s Archive of Articles

by Kevin Frank (an amazing writer and incredible teacher. The site has an archive of writings on Movement and perception and Hubert Godard’s work).

Tom Findley's Archive of Articles 

by Tom Findley

Complexity Science in Brief - UVic

by Marjorie MacDonald.

Complexity Science to Conceptualize Health and Disease

by Saroj Jayasinghe.

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