Movement Anatomy™ II – Pathologies (Jakarta)

MOVEMENT ANATOMY™ II – PATHOLOGIES is part of the MOVEMENT ANATOMY™ series of 3 courses, including

– MOVEMENT ANATOMY™ – BASIC and
– MOVEMENT ANATOMY™ I – BIOMECHANICS

Why Movement Anatomy™ II – Pathologies?

Ideally, you have completed Movement Anatomy™ I – Biomechanics and are familiar with assessing your healthy and pain-free clients as they are moving.

Now: How to approach teaching your clients with chronic pain?

Chronic pain can arise either from postural habits or repetitive movements through work or sports. Sometimes, these clients could also be referred by their doctors or physiotherapists to start a body conditioning or Pilates program as part of their rehabilitation.

This course will help you be more confident in teaching clients with pain by:

– Learning how to quickly identify the pathology your client is presenting
– Being aware of the related movement contraindications with that specific pathology, and
– Providing clients with simple yet effective ways to set them on the path towards moving without pain

12 PMA approved CECs available.

Course Description

This 12-hour course held over 2 days will:

– Review the different types of common injuries and pathologies
– Explore different movement assessments to identify each pathology e.g. frozen shoulder vs shoulder impingement
– Introduce the process of making an informed decision about whether it is safe to work with the client – and if so, discuss what would be an ideal exercise sequence and at what intensity level so it is safe yet effective for the client
– Explore different types of injury prevention techniques and strengthening exercises with small and simple exercise props that can be found in most gyms or homes

Prerequisites

Fitness professionals, personal trainers, group exercise instructors, yoga teachers, Pilates teachers from other schools, health care providers, physiotherapists and other manual therapy workers.

It is recommended that participants attend Movement Anatomy™ – Basic and Movement Anatomy™ I – Biomechanics prior to this course.

Date/Time

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Fee

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Venue

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Registration Deadline

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To Register

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Refund & Cancellation Policy

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* Course details subject to change without prior notice.