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Fascia and Emotional Tension: An Intricate Connection



Ever felt your shoulders creeping up to your ears when you're under a deadline, or how your body feels heavy after a particularly sad film?


This isn't just in your head—it’s your body responding with the help of something called fascia. Picture fascia as a connective weave that weaves in and out of every muscle, ligament and tendon, and supports around every organ.


Now, our bodies are pretty smart. They remember things, not just in your brain, but all over. When something tough happens, our bodies respond like we're about to face a grizzly bear, and release a bunch of chemicals (aka hormones). If we don’t shake it off, these can stick around in your fascia, giving you aches and pains that don't seem to have a cause.


But don’t worry, there's good news too. You can help your body let go of these 'emotional hangovers' through things like myofascial release (a fancy name for a type of movement that targets your fascia), yoga, dancing, or even just taking a moment to breathe deeply. It's about more than just physical relief - it's about freeing yourself from the emotional baggage you didn't even know you were carrying.


Let's explore these techniques together in our upcoming blog posts. Stick with us on this journey, as we unveil the secrets of fascia and emotions.






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