The world’s first 3-D human fascia plastinate FR:EIA (Fascia Revealed: Educating Interconnected Anatomy)
The last 3 years of my life and many others has been very involved with this project:
If you would like to be part of the event by tuning in you can register here on either of these links: BodyWorlds or go to Fascia Research Society
(whilst you are there why not join the society for only $65 which will give you access to a whole new Fascial World!)
More about FR:EIA
The field of fascia research has undergone remarkable expansion and growth in the last decade, which is shaping the progression of many related fields. In order to further support fascia anatomy education, the imaging of fascia has also been expanding, but until now a true visualisation has been a challenge.
Based on this, the teams behind the BODY WORLDS Exhibitions and the Fascia Research Society joined forces to create an interdisciplinary team with the lofty goal to produce a full body fascia focused plastinate, revealing the entire human fascial net, three-dimensionally.
The result of this ambitious three-year project is the successful creation of the world’s first 3-D human fascia plastinate titled FR:EIA (Fascia Revealed: Educating Interconnected Anatomy). FR:EIA will become the new attraction and an integral part of the permanent collection at the BODY WORLDS Museum in Berlin.
The minds behind the project and leading protagonists of the two organisations, Dr. Vladimir Chereminskiy and Gary Carter, are excited to reveal the first fascial focused whole-body plastinate to the world. They will talk about the obstacles they faced and benefits now available through this unique specimen for medical and anatomical education.
Dr Robert Schleip, world-known fascia researcher and scientist, and Rachelle Clauson, fascia expert and author, will moderate this special online event on:
Wednesday, 24th November 2021, 5pm UK time, 12:00 noon EST live from the BODY WORLDS Museum in Berlin, Germany.
Please do join us by registering HERE.
Gary is recognised internationally as one of the UK’s leading Anatomy and Movement teachers. He is a myofascial manual therapist, personal trainer, shiatsu and craniosacral practitioner, anatomy and fascial anatomy lecturer and also a yoga teacher and teacher trainer. He lectures and teaches in Movement and Fascial Anatomy for schools of massage, physiotherapy, osteopathy, Yoga & Pilates teacher trainings. He started the Natural Bodies Yoga and movement Centre in Brighton, UK, in 1991, training and encouraging ease of movement, efficient body use in exercise, sport and many movement disciplines including Yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, Martial Arts and Fascial Movement practices.