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Fascia as a proprioceptive sense organ Fascia as a proprioceptive sense organ If one wanted to use a functional description If one wanted to use a functional description If you want to communicate with a Pilates instructor If you want to communicate with a client who does not have any academic background If you want to communicate with a client who does not have any academic background If it is a case of predicting as precisely as possible the force transfer within the myofascial network the force transfer within the myofascial network then we do not use the term “a fascia” then we do not use the term “a fascia” which are only those rougher, flat and mutli-directional connective tissues which are only those rougher, flat and mutli-directional connective tissues which are only those rougher, flat and mutli-directional connective tissues but we are now talking about “the” fascial system, in other words the entire fascial network. And this comprises of everything a “lay person” would call connective tissue And this comprises of everything a “lay person” would call connective tissue And this comprises of everything a “lay person” would call connective tissue that is ligaments, tendons, tendon capsules organ capsules, so, all white or “milky”, fibrous connective tissues or “milky”, fibrous connective tissues One could call it at once connective tissue But the difficulty would be that from the medical expert’s point of view bones are also connective tissue. That is evident in medicine because bones also originate from the mesenchyme And we are seeing that within the tensile stress network also in terms of terms of the tensegrity system also in terms of terms of the tensegrity system which you can see illustrated below on the left we see the fascial network as the body-wide connected tensile stress tissue connected tensile stress tissue, which, of course, also needs a number of compression struts but which can be relatively sporadic Regional proprioceptive stimulation shows as a mutually inhibiting interaction Regional proprioceptive stimulation shows as a mutually inhibiting interaction Regional proprioceptive stimulation shows as a mutually inhibiting interaction Regional proprioceptive stimulation shows as a mutually inhibiting interaction Like oil and water as you can see in the illustration on the right Like oil and water as you can see in the illustration on the right With pain in the soft tissues in the same regional area of innervation in the same regional area of innervation

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