Fascial Health 2

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This week we’ll take a look at fascial health by loading the tissues actively & passively. We’ll use active contractions and eccentrics (lengthening contractions) to stimulate collagen production for tissue resilience & strength. Two MFR practices to specifically target the fascial tissue. A yin practice to passively load the tissues for an anti-inflammatory effect. And some whole body movement & meditation to round it out.

Curated By:

Tiffany Cruikshank


Full-Body Conditioning

If you're ready to move and get your heart rate up, this class is for you. We'll c…

Yoga Conditioning

20 min

Jenni Tarma


Free Your Fascia 1: Upper-Body MFR

Ever have nagging shoulder or upper back tension, or restricted arm movement, that…

Myofascial Release

30 min

Rachel Land


Eccentric Strength

Recent research is pointing a finger to the connective tissue as the culprit of ma…

Yoga Conditioning

30 min

Tiffany Cruikshank


Free Your Fascia 2: Lower-Body MFR

Do you feel vague lower back, hip, or even knee tension that you can’t quite pinpo…

Myofascial Release

30 min

Rachel Land


Yin Anti-Inflammatory

Recent research suggests that passive held stretches can have an anti-inflammatory…

Yin Yoga

30 min

Tiffany Cruikshank


Your Fascial Web: Connection & Coordination

Often our physical practice focuses on one body region or muscular action. This cl…

Hatha Vinyasa

60 min

Rachel Land


Grounding Meditation

This meditation uses visualization as a way to feel grounded, connected, and ready…


15 min

Valerie Knopik