This short article addresses the question “is knowledge of human anatomy generally and fascia specifically, important to the Yoga teacher and physical therapist”. The science of human anatomy is changing. Anatomy has entered a new chapter in the understanding of human structure and form and this new vision entitled “Biotensegrity focused anatomy” is informing all disciplines of biomedicine, movement and manual therapies. The current multidisciplinary focus on fascial tissue is poised to have an impact on the work of surgeons, massage therapists, pain specialists, manual and movement therapists including Yoga teachers and practitioners worldwide. Therapeutic improvements in our patients and clients are better understood in the context of this oft forgotten human connective tissue matrix. Modern science may now be catching up with the natural and ancient wisdom of our unbroken, unified, ubiquitous fascial fabric that research is demonstrating may be the bridge between mind and body. Unique human dissections with a special focus on the fasciae are shedding new light, new explanations and new theories on the changing face of anatomy, biomechanics, pain, motion and e-motion.