Massage & Bodywork

July/August 2010

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myofascial techniques BY TIL LUCHAU The superficial fascia of the cranium is a tough fibro-adipose layer just under the skin. Inset: the galea aponeurosis is deep to the superficial fascia and is continuous with the frontalis and occipitalis muscles. These layers play a role in many tension and musculoskeletal headaches through direct fascial tension and referred pain. Images courtesy of Primal Pictures. Used with permission. 110 massage & bodywork july/august 2010

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