Move to heal naturally. Bounce back to your inner rhythm, with Fascia Tuning somatic movement. Nurture your nervous system whilst nourishing your fascia from the inside out.
Does your body resist when you try and stretch in a yoga class?
It’s because stretching or elongating your muscles goes against your body’s natural design.
There is increasing research about fascia, the connective tissue of the body, and how it behaves. If you allow your body to move naturally, it unwinds. It shape changes from the inside out. Getting to areas a stretch can't get to. Nourishing and nurturing your nervous system without strain.Tap into your body wisdom
Restore fascial integrity, resonance and resilience with Pandiculation. Pandiculation is nature’s way of nourishing, nurturing, lubricating, hydrating and revitalising fascia.
Tune into this and other intuitive blueprints, designed to restore your inner rhythm. Rocking, coaxing pulsing, bouncing, skin gliding movements that feel good.Start today
Learn how to tune into your body with somatic awareness. How to practice fascia sensing to find what feels good and let your body unwind. Move to heal from the inside out.
Replace stretching with pandiculation and body unwinding in your Yoga practice. Integrate it into your fitness practice. Above all, introduce it as a somatic therapy to regulate your nervous system.
Tune into body sensation and mindfully meditate. Discover the shifting nature of your inner landscape. Find the quiet and follow the urge to move intuitively. With ease. Letting your body nourish itself by moving to it's healing rhythm. Unwinding, shape-changing, pulsing, coaxing, rocking and rolling to revitalise you. Like an inner dance. Without a single stretch!
One-on-one is the best way to work with us. If you're curious or not sure if this is for you, try out the move to heal taster session first.
Your sixth sense
Not only is fascia found in the tendons and ligaments of your joints but is intertwined with your muscle tissue intimately connected with your nervous system and interpenetrates every cell and organ in your body.
It stiffens under strain, becomes sore and inflamed under duress, and loses elasticity as we age. Responding to how we experience life from moment to moment. It's your sixth sense.
It is compared to a musical instrument. Clinical Anatomist and fascia educator John Sharkey describes how Fascia has tuning pegs. All over the body. When out of tune we experience pain and inflammation. We can attune the body’s resonance, tone and pitch, just like a musical instrument. Through intuitive movement.
Nature's way of revitalising body and mind.
It’s that early morning spontaneous urge the body finds to revitalise. We associate it with a stretch and yawn sensation. Dogs, cats and new born baby’s find this urge to pandiculate spontaneously.
It feels like a stretch but has nothing to do with elongating muscles, or creating space in a single stiff joint for flexiblity. It’s a whole body, intuitive unwinding, shape-changing motion. Nature’ was of restoring suppleness. There is no strain or discomfort, no risk of injury to your joints, you never go beyond your range and it really feels good! You’ll never have to fight to find flexibility. What if you are too flexible and struggle with joint laxity? Pandiculation helps to restore your body’s elasticity.
We lose the spontaneous ability to find pandiculation when the nervous system is out of rhythm. In hypervigilance or in overwhelm as a result of trauma.