How the Deep Front Line is Important to You


How the Deep Front Line is Important to You


What is the Deep Front Line?

The Deep Front Line (DFL) is a term used to describe the relationship of the myofascia between our front and back.  Tom Myers, author of Anatomy Trains, has explained that this "train" of muscles and tissue link our toes to our neck anchored by many bony points while passing over organs.  


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A Broad Look at the Lymphatic System


 

The Lymphatic System________________________

An Overview of the channels of our immune system

The lymphatic system is a collection of vessels and nodes that run parellal to the cardiovascular system.  The fluid within the lymph vessels is called "lymph" and it is made from the blood plasma.  Lymph carries nutrients, oxygen, and hormones to the interstitual spaces then removes toxins and cellular wastes products.  The nodes help to return the fluid back to the vessels which then carry the fluid to the heart where it enters the cardiovascular system and is carried to our eliminating organs.  With a properly functioning lymphatic system our body is able to recieve and eliminate the necessary components for our everyday life as well as protect us against invading pathogens.


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Care for Your Core and Pelvic Floor


Care For Your Core and Pelvic Floor

 

The "core" is compromised of a network of muscles in the stomach, back and glutes.  These muscles work together to keep your posture tall and your back safe from any strains or unwanted forces that can cause pain or injury down the road.


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