This 'Danis Bois Method Fasciatherapy’ section brings together research on the mechanisms that underly the relational manual touch practised via the Sensible. It highlights the main features of DBM Fasciatherapy and emphasizes the role of the fascia in achieving body-mind balance. This research covers themes such as perceptual education, body awareness, phenomenological perception and embodied sense of self. A clear understanding and management of the psychotonus of the fascia is central to these approaches. It represents the tangible force principle involved in the natural process of body-mind regulation of the individual. Several studies are devoted to the exploration of its characteristics.

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The Sensible and Identity Crisis of Healthcare Workers

The identity of paramedic professions is bound to develop in order to adapt to the changes of the world of health. Careproviders’ identity is based on the interpersonal dimension, yet French...
Christian Courraud
Anne Lieutaud
Danis Bois

Fasciatherapy and malaise

Background Most of the time, the therapist has many difficulties in treating and understanding the relationship between physical pain and the psychic unwellness (un-ease) of his patients....
Armand Angibaud

Fasciatheray in pregnant women - Practice Analysis

Research of Mestrado carried out within the PFU, in the form of a retrospective analysis of practice télécharger le mémoire ici
Christine Barbier-Godard

Vascular Fasciatherapy Danis Bois Method

Background: A first study on vascular fasciatherapy enabled us to observe the turning of a turbulent blood flow into a laminar one, and a questioning on the process involved in this transformation
Bernard Payrau
Nadine Quéré
Danis Bois


Goals Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome, medically unexplained, characterized by widespread pain linked to sleeping problems, and chronic fatigue. It affects 2% of the population. DBM...
Cyril Dupuis