Understand how fascia acts as a sensory for proprioception,
Understand the functioning of the main four mechanoreceptor types in fasciae: Golgi-, Pacini-, Ruffini- and free nerve endings. Each with preferred location, mechanical sensitivity and expected physiological response.
Understand how fascia acts as a sensory organ for interoception
Understand the main connections between fascial tonicity and the autonomic nervous system.
Be able to skilffully stimulate Golgi receptors
Be able to skilffully stimulate Ruffini receptors
Be able to skilffully stimulate Pacini receptors
Be able to skilffully stimulate Free Nerve Endings in the periost
Be able to include mindful micro movements of the patient during the hands-on work