Why are we thinking about the body the way we do?

A living body is not the same thing as a dead body… but we pretend they are when we study anatomy.

Our entire understanding of the body is based on studies of dead bodies, dissected bodies, and bodies treated as objects.

But is your body really an object? Is the body something you have or is it in fact something you are?

Why are we thinking like this – and have we always been thinking like this?

More episodes of The Fascia Guide

01. Why Fascia?

There is an ongoing global revolution in anatomical research, profoundly changing the way we look at the human body. The reason? Fascia!

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02. What is Fascia?

It might be a simple question, but it literally takes hours to answer it.
Fascia is the connective tissue that encapsulates everything in the body, from muscles and skeleton, to organs and cell.

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03. What does Fascia do?

Understanding the living body is quite a complex thing – but there is a simple way to understand the function of the body by understanding Fascia.

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07. What is flow?

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