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Pilates balance and proprioception & sequential spinal movement
June 11, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm£85 – £100
Sequential Spinal Movement
Aim of workshop
1. To consider SqSM and its use with our clients
2. To look at the benefits to our clients of this movement and understand the reasons why the ability to perform SqSM maybe impaired
Factors affecting ability to perform Sequential Spinal Movement
For Consideration: stability vs flexibility?
Spinal structure, relevance of postural typing
Sacroiliac joint dysfunctions
Implications for the teacher
Neurodynamics – The Spine and Space around the nervous system
Balance and Proprioception
How stable are you? Factors affecting balance
Centre of Control
What is Proprioception? Proprioceptive tests
Implications for Pilates Teachers
Sally qualified as a physiotherapist in 1988. She went on to train in Pilates in 2000, at the Scott Studio in Somerset where she continues to work today. She combines all her skills lecturing in anatomy, pathology, injury and movement analysis.
This course is suitable for Pilates enthusiasts, students, recent graduates and teachers who would like to update their knowledge.
£85 PiN, IPTA and Pilates Tree members
Pilates Matwork TT graduates £60