Movie Night : the secret life of fascia
Time & Location
About The Event
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The Secret Life of Fascia - Part 1
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM: Part 1 of the Documentary Film Series The Secret Life of Fascia will screen.
Q & A:
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM, Q & A will follow the screening with the director and experts featured in the film that will be in Vancouver attending the Biotensegrity Canada Conference the same weekend at https://biotensegritycanada.com
Join Scientist Robert Schleip and a team of experts (Helene Langevin, Neil Theise, Carla Stecco, Antonio Stecco, Michael Shacklock, Don Ingber, Peter Friedl, Jean-Claude Guimberteau, Jaap van der Wal, Diane Lee, Tom Myers, Ricky Williams, Gil Hedley, Elizabeth Larkam, John Sharkey, Sue Falsone, Jan Sultan, Wilbour Kelsick, Andry Vleeming, Jan Wilke, Wolfgang Bauermeister, Paul Grilley, Jill Miller, Sue Hitzmann, Eric Franklin, Devin Taylor, Russell Stolzoff, René Assink, Fernando Luiz Bertolucci, Stuart McNish, Bruce Schonfeld, and Ida P. Rolf) on a fascinating journey exploring the missing link fascia (connective tissue) plays in sports, fitness, health and wellness. This documentary series offers an overview of the science, research, and culture related to all things fascia. Historically marginalized and/or misunderstood in medical and anatomical texts, "the secret life of fascia" shines an evidence-based spotlight on sports science, underlying mechanisms of how the body works, and, the therapeutic value of manual therapy. Quite dense with research and relevant information for athletic training, strength and conditioning, and activities of everyday life, this celebration of the global body features professional, Olympic, and amateur athletes from a myriad of sports. Beyond fascia, The Secret Life of Fascia showcases different manual therapies and biopsychosocial approaches as well as considering underuse and/or domestication as a potential cause for body-based problems. (Not everybody is in Part 1)
Location: Downtown Campus of SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY.