When you train your body, your body and muscles respond, but your fascia responds as well. Your fascia, which is an extracellular matrix of fibers, “glue” and water between all your cells, responds to training and becomes stronger, more elastic, more communicative, more stretchy, and generally more capable.

Your biological fabric surrounding the joints isn’t just passive packing material; it invests the muscles and holds your organs in place. These interconnected sinews (a piece of tough fibrous tissue uniting muscle to bone or bone to bone) direct the flow of forces around the body, and can respond and remodel itself as forces change due to training, lack of training or injury.

This class uses rollers, small balls, TRX Suspension Training, and rubber bands to improve your fascia.