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See if you can answer the following quiz:
Imagine that we could magically make every part of the body invisible except for the specific, single anatomical system of our choice.
Which physiological system, standing in space and moving as in life, would show us the complete, recognizable shape of the body. Check all that apply.
A. The skeleton
B. The nervous system
C. The muscular system
D. The circulatory system
E. The fascial system
Added by Anna York on January 29, 2016 at 6:30pm — No Comments
In this blog we will discover some fun facts about fascia that may surprise and enlighten, as well as dismantle some old ideas about how our bodies function.
Here is a picture of the fascia around muscles and bones. You have seen this when you have eaten a piece of steak or other meat. For a long time people…Continue
Added by Anna York on January 29, 2016 at 6:00am — No Comments
In a previous post ("Nurturing the Body's Fascia: Definitions") we defined "fascia" as the network of connective tissue that holds our organs and tissues together, protects our nervous system and helps us move in a harmonious way. Healthier fascia means better flexibility and mobility. This series will ultimately explore how Tai Chi and Qigong can help nurture…Continue
Added by Anna York on January 27, 2016 at 4:00pm — No Comments
The most recent addition to the New Creation Tai Chi-Qigong video library is: New Creation Tai Chi-Qigong Muscle, Joint & Fascia Warm-Ups. This blog begins a series that explores the importance of fascia and how Tai Chi can be an important practice for nurturing the fascia to enhance harmonious movement and reduce pain.
Fascia is the network of connective tissue that holds our organs and tissues together, protects our nervous system and helps…Continue
Added by Anna York on January 25, 2016 at 5:30pm — No Comments
The New Creation Healing Your Hands DVD presents hand massage in a way that is highly accessible and easy to use for almost everyone. Instructions are simple and straightforward with familiar imagery (such as "milking the cow") for the various movements. It is an approach that can provide comfort, healing and pain relief for everyday situations and needs. It is also a great way to share healing and comfort with someone you love.
The hands have many acupressure and acupuncture points…Continue
Added by Anna York on January 15, 2016 at 9:52am — No Comments