Fascial tissue is the connective tissue weave that runs from the bottoms of your feet to the top of your head. It is continuous and this is one of the many reasons why parts of the body cannot be separated and why the body responds best to being treated as one unit. Fascial tissue has memory and can accrue restrictions where old injuries have occurred. It can clamp down on a muscle, making it feel tight. It also has the ability to conduct electricity making voltage and pH imbalances occur and causing certain areas to become toxic.