I attended 4 workshops with Michol Dalcourt yesterday, all with fascia as a key element of the discussion.
He had an interesting comment on foam rolling. Myofascia develops along lines of stress, and to remodel it by changing movement patterns and setting down new fascial lines can take 6 to 12 months. Although rolling will push fluids into and out of tissue (which is good, because fascia relies on fluid to be less ‘sticky’), we have to be careful with our promises of what foam rolling can do. It generally does not separate fascial layers.