Use this easy-to-follow, color coded anatomical chart of key fascia/connective tissues in the body as a resource for understanding the different types of fascia in the body. Color-coding shows which areas are prone to tightness from use, overuse, or repetitive strain. This is a helpful resource for those receiving Fascial Link Therapy, and provides a great guide for self-care and stretching. It also helps you understand your posture and what activities can create tightness and lead to pain or tired muscles.
The Anterior and Posterior Fascia Chart shows which are the primary, secondary and tertiary fascias in the body. Color coded areas show which tendons and connective tissues in the body are primary, secondary or tertiary fascias. Each type of fascia is briefly explained on the chart, showing the relationships these tissues often have in affecting our posture.
The Anterior and Posterior Fascia Chart provides a reference showing the different thicknesses and types of fascia. This is a full-color chart with specific anatomical labels, using red for primary fascia, yellow for secondary fascia, and blue and green for tertiary fascia. Red fascias do the most structural work, yellow fascias are prone to soreness and sensitivity from use, and blue and green fascias are most prone to repetitive stresses.
This Fascia Chart is also useful for
Directions and information about working with fascia are on the back of each chart. Quantities available - please email for quantity pricing.
Chart developed by author and educator Allison Ishman, Licensed Massage Therapist, Energy Kinesiologist, developer of Fascial Link Therapy.