Alice in Wonderland: Curiouser and Curiouser … a look at contemporary fascia research
From the official Youtube description: Fantastic lecture of Dr. Robert Schleip (University of Ulm, Germany) held at the 3rd Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver, 2012. The title, Alice in wonderland: getting curiouser & curiouser illustrates his journey from a clinician towards the field of academic research. Having been a Rolfing and Feldenkrais teacher for many years, he felt frustrated with the explanatory models he had been teaching and turned in the field of laboratory research. A decade later he became one of the leading figures in the new field of fascia research. His talk gives several examples how this new background has changed his clinical work when dealing with patients as a manual therapist.
This video was brought to DC Aligned’s attention by Anthony Katz, Founder of Hyperice, a muscle recovery company.
This lecture is excerpted from the official DVD recordings of the 3rd Fascia Research Congress. For additional lecture recordings or for the abstract books of these congresses please visit www.fasciacongress.org. For additional information on fascia research: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org and http://fasciaresearch.de.
Video produced by David Lesondak www.singingcowboyproductions.com also www.fascialconnections.com