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The importance of fascia in Craniosacral work....

What are the properties, functions and importance of fascia in craniosacral work? Fascia is a type of connective tissue and it can be categorized by loose and dense, superficial and deep. Connective tissue is made up of specialised cells (fibroplasts and immune cells), protein fibers (collagen, reticular and elastic) and a fluid component substance (which is sticky, gel like made of proteoglycans and glycoproteins). The most common extracellular substance in the body is collagen, which is the protein-based structure (fascia being one of these). So in CST when we relate to the fascia, we are making a contact/relationship with collagen. When we feel the fascia we are feeling the strong but ben

 
 

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