The Fascial System and Pilates: Moves that Change Bodies
8 hours of interactive instruction, presented in four 2-hour Modules over four days. Option to take morning or evening Zoom session and you may take both! Times for each Module are 10AM and 6:30PM Eastern Time (US).
Module 1 – June 24, 2023 Anatomy, Intelligence, Sensitivity, and Pain through Compensatory Patterns
Module 2 – June 25, 2023 Breaking up, Decompressing and Molding the Fascia
Module 3 – July 8, 2023 (Pilates Labs) Slings: Deep Frontal, Lateral, Spiral; Fascial Pelvis; Rollers and balls: Legs and Trunk
Module 4 – July 9, 2023 (Pilates Labs) Organizing the Fascia with imagery, cues and moves; Distal to Proximal to Global
Do you know that teaching with the fascial system provides Pilates instructors a unique advantage? Research shows that fascial lines, continuities and systems create more strength than with muscle tone by itself. Learn about the nature of fascia and how teaching with fascial intent drives efficiency, effectiveness and quality into all our exercises. Teachers will learn not only the anatomy, its importance from womb to birth to adulthood, but also the compensatory patterns that can hinder our improvement.
Learn access, tensioning and decompression methods for these compensatory lines and slings. Pre-activation of fascial lines gives stability to movement. Learn strategies of pre-activation through fascial tensioning of core, spine and extremities. Come away with a new understanding of how pre-activation in either mat or apparatus work will help us successfully participate in Pilates without injury.
Not just for teachers and Pilates instructors! ALL ACTIVE PEOPLE CAN USE THIS COURSE!
This is an 8 hour Continuing Education Credit class (NPCP and CaPTA).
LEARN… the definition, anatomy and development of the fascial system and its relation to pain and bodily dysfunction
LEARN… how to assess, decompress and break up compensations with props and the Arc
LEARN… how the activation of the fascial slings promotes joint stability and potentiates strength
LEARN… to coordinate the deep frontal line with the arm lines, superficial back, lateral lines and spiral lines
LEARN… applications of organizational fascial tensioning in Pilates Mat, coordinating the deep frontal line with the arm lines, lateral lines and spiral lines