BOOK - Fascial Decoding; Fascia: At the Heart of Manual Therapy Numerous studies have shown the importance of fascia in the organization and functioning of the body: its mechanical role is essential, as well as its interrelation with physiological and biochemical phenomena. Fascia connects all the structures of the body. Inside the cell, it extends into the nucleus by way of microfilaments and microtubules and, through them and via the mechanoconduction phenomena, fascia manages the organization of the cell. We emerge from a single cell possessing a hereditary memory, which then creates billions of cells. This indicates that each cell is capable of memory and that this memory is omnipresent, even at the peripheral levels of the body. Fascia is a privileged support of memory and a vector of psychosomatics and the psyche.