Fascia as a sensory organ for movement coordination. Due to recent histological examinations fascia constitutes our richest sensory organ. Certainly it is our most important tissue origin for perceiving our body in terms of proprio- and interoception. This interactive workshop will start with an update on what we have learned in recent years about the fascia-driven fine-tuning of movement coordination. It will also explore the effects of several therapeutic interventions and training methods on local microcirculation, tissue stiffness, joint mobility, movement fluidity, and elastic recoil capacity. The workshop will consist of approximately 2/3rd sparkling theory mixed with 1/3rd inspiring practical movement applications. Both of these promise a lively enrichment for movement professionals in different fields, ranging from fitness, athletics, strength training to yoga, Pilates, dance, or rehab training.