Myofascial Techniques and New Theories of Fascial Change

Fascia is famous. Growing numbers of conferences, scholarly studies, magazine articles, exercise systems, and self-help books are dedicated to the new science of fascia, influencing chiropractic, acupuncture, osteopathy, sports conditioning, yoga, and of course, massage and manual therapy. But how does fascia actually change? Not the way we thought it did. Join Til Luchau as he presents a concise model for working with fascia, informed by the latest fascial research and the long lineage of fascial practitioners that includes Andrew Taylor Still, Ida Rolf, and more. You'll see the theory in practice as Til demonstrate techniques that exemplify different fascial approaches.

Til Luchau
Til Luchau is a World Massage Conference favorite for his stunning audiovisuals, crystal-clear instructions, and effective research-informed techniques. Til writes Massage & Bodywork magazine’s 'Myofascial Techniques' column, and author of the best-selling Advanced Myofascial Techniques textbooks and DVD series. He is a Certified Advanced Rolfer and lead instructor at, which offers distance learning and in-person seminars throughout the United States and abroad.

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