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Introduction to Fascial Conduction
By: Libby Outlaw

As we live in our bodies, taking in information and filing it in our tissues, the patterns and shapes we inhabit can be assets as well as limits to our ability to move, explore, digest and exchange. These shapes and patterns are what form the container for our fluids, the connective tissue or fascia. Fascial Conduction touches these shapes and patterns of the three layers of fascia, finding the three dimensional matrix. Using the conductivity of the matrix of collagen, cell bodies and ground substance, Fascial Conduction.........

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Conducting the Fascia:    Enlivening the bioelectric matrix
By: Libby Outlaw

The dynamic rhythms that conduct through the body in the bioelectric field transform our anatomy into a field of relationship.  The medium for this transport and relationship is found in all connective tissue. Whether it is blood, vessels, bones, muscles or fascia, the connective tissue creates a conducting source that communicates with all cells. By creating a field of relationship which coheres its individual parts of ground substance, cells and tubular fibers, the connective tissue becomes..........

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