What is Fascia

Avsnitt 2 av den engelska podcasten ”The Fascia Guide”

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.

It’s also the fluid flow that moves between all the cells and the way our body communicates.

It’s also a function that absorbs the pressure we’re exposed to and a way of storing memories, thoughts and feelings.

Fascia is the thing that connects our whole body as a whole.

It’s also a way for us to question our understanding of what a body is and our whole research paradigm, what we’re studying and why.

”What is Fascia?” is a question we have been answering for years. It is also the topic of the second episode of The Fascia Guide.


The Fascia Guide is a podcast about the living body, about new research and a new perspective on health, pain and what it means to be alive. In this episode you will hear Hans Bohlin, innovator and fascia expert, Per Johansson, doctor of human ecology and historian of science and ideas, and Axel Bohlin, founder & editor of The Fascia Guide.

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