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Embryology of the Diaphragm

The diaphragm is formed from a number of composite parts in the embryo. The most important is the septum transversum. Understanding the history of the formation of the diaphragm explains why the heart, lungs, liver, gut tube, neck and fascia all resonate...

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Freaky stuff - a snake playing dead

Amazing illustration of the mobilisation and immobilisation phases of the overwhelm response. Initially aggressive and quick, but when its head is trapped and there are no options for escape the snake goes limp and plays dead.If you ask me, playing with snakes...

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Genes, Epigenetics & Craniosacral Therapy

Genetic science is currently at the leading edge of modern medicine. An article by Graham Kennedy RCST [/caption]It is based on the principle of genetic determinacy, a belief that essentially states – at our core we are our genes. Before we go...

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Gil Hedley Video: The "Fuzz" Speech

I have recently discovered Gil Hedley's videos, just fabulous. This video, 'The "Fuzz" Speech', will change your relationship to stretching forever. Check out the fuzzed up left scapula compared to the unfuzzy right scapula about half way through, and then try to...

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