Fascia Academy- Fascia Research Pioneers-  $19.95 + $5 shipping and handling to USA. All other countries +$9.95 shipping and handling.

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This DVD contains 11 video presentations and 3 audio lectures, which were
recorded at the ‘Fascia Research Course’ at Ulm University in 2010. Total running time 8.5 hours.

Note: This DVD contains mp4 and mp3 files and is meant to be watched on your computer.

“I recommend this DVD for anyone interested in an introduction to the fascial system or anyone who has benefited their patients by using soft-tissue methods that have a fascial effect.” Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO

Video Lectures

  • Robert Schleip Ph.D., Germany
    Overview of Fascia Research – 76 min.
  • Helene M. Langevin MD, USA
    New Insights into Chronic Low Back Pain – 30 min.
  • Serge Gracovetsky PhD, Canada
    Bipedalism versus Human Gait – 7 min. excerpt
  • Thomas W. Myers, USA
    Anatomy Trains and Fascia: New Evidence from Dissection – 30 min.
  • Jean-Claude Guimberteau MD, France
    Architecture of the Superficial Fasciae – 12 min.
  • Thomas W. Findley MD PhD, USA
    Research Project Design – 63 min.
  • Andry Vleeming PhD, Belgium
    Dynamic Stability of the Spine and Pelvis – 37 min.
  • Adjo Zorn PhD, Germany
    Swingwalking. Moving with Fascia – 29 min.
  • Hanno Steinke MD, Germany
    New Insights into Fascial Anatomy – 22 min.
  • Werner Klinger MD, Germany
    Temperature Effects on Fascia – 30 min.
  • Daniele-Claude Martin PhD,Germany
    Living Biotensegrity – 43 min.

Audio Lectures

  • Thomas Findley MD PhD, USA
    What Do We Know About Fascia Today?
    A Review of the 1st and 2nd International Fascia Research Congress – 71 min.
  • Carla Stecco MD, Italy
    Anatomy of the Human Fasciae – 44 min.
    Innervation of Human Fasciae – 39 min.

*Note: This DVD contains mp4 and mp3 files and is meant to be watched on your computer.

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