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Fascia is connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles, bones, organs, and other structures in our body.

It is made up of collagen and elastin fibers and plays an important role in maintaining structural integrity, providing protection, and facilitating movement.

Fascia can become tight or restricted due to injury, inflammation, or prolonged sitting or standing, and this can lead to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility.

There are different types of fascia in the body, including superficial fascia, deep fascia, and visceral fascia, and each has its unique characteristics and functions

By keeping your fascia in good condition, you take a proactive stance with your health while enjoying greater flexibility and mobility.


In the Studieaux, we explore effective ways to maintain healthy fascia, including strength training, yoga, foam rolling, hydration and even infrared light therapy.

Yoga Studio for Fascia Therapy Active Recovery St. Petersburg,FL
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