Rehab Training Series
We are happy to announce our NEW Rehab Training Series!
These series are advanced level Pilates - based Trainings for addressing asymmetries in the body. These exciting new workshops will deepen your understanding of biomechanics of the spine and pelvis in a whole new way.
Past Series (stay tuned for more to come!):
Offered by Laurie Hall in Winter 2017:
JYME BODYWORKS 4-MONTH IMMERSION: HIGHLY EFFECTIVE HANDS-ON TREATMENT FROM THE SPINE OUT
This Immersion is designed by Laurie Hall, creator of JYME, for movement instructors and manual therapists who want to learn the biomechanics, assessment tools, and effective hands-on treatments to facilitate increased joint motion, strength and stability for their clients. JYME builds on your bodywork experience, deepening your understanding of how the body works and can restore itself.
The biomechanics of the spine and pelvis
Techniques to quickly assess client’s structure and patterns
Easily integratable non-force manipulations from the spine out
Ways to re-balance the skeletal and muscular system from the spine out
Precise, core-based exercises that can resolve most acute and chronic pain
To learn more about Laurie Hall and JYME, please visit her website: http://www.jymebodyworks.com
Offered by Jean-Claude West in Fall 2016:
3D APPROACH TO KEY RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE THORAX AND THE PELVIS: UNDERSTANDING MECHANICAL RELATIONSHIPS
This workshop series includes exclusive access to film and 3D modeling archives explaining the arthrokinematics of inner pelvic, pelvi-femoral and spinal motion.
Recognize the relationship between pelvi-femoral and pelvi-spinal functional movement patterns
Transpose P-F and P-S functional movement patterns between supine and weight-bearing environments
Regionally observe/discern between the lumbar and thoracic spine during situations that create functional demand on the spine
Understand how congruency of the inter-pelvic joints is dictated by the pelvi-femoral, below, and the pelvi-spinal, above
Direct the objective of movement retraining from skill acquisition to true change within the individual's motor control