Is your fascia really that important? – Energy Stew interview with Ronelle Wood
If it weren’t for your fascia, everything except your skin and bones would be piled up down near your feet.
Not only does it hold everything in place but it also helps your body work together. It’s part of your body’s intelligence system and needs to be treated with great respect.
Once you realize how important your fascia is you can take more responsibility for it. The medical world hasn’t learned to do so and they don’t even recommend fascial remediation after surgeries to help the body return to normal.
Healthy fascia makes for a healthy body and there are experts who perform “myofascial release” and know how to work with it. Fascia even conducts a fiber optic network through its tubules and that’s how a lot of the body can speak with itself even faster than the nerves can communicate.
I’m interviewing, Ronelle Wood, the author of”Touching Light, How to Free Your Fiber-Optic Fascia”to learn how this system works and how much we can do for it. She works out in California and fortunately I know some wonderful practitioners here in NYC, Shelby Werwa and Kate Hildebrandt and have had some great fascial work done on my “getting a little older” body.