10. Junho 2019 - 9:00
Born To Walk | Tyneside Badminton Centre | Segunda, 10. Junho 2019
Movement is fascinating, how we do what we do is based on so many elements of life, environment, sport and vocation. Walking is our most common activity, just look at how many are counting up to 10,000 steps a day on their fitwatches.
Born to walk is designed to help you as a therapist really understand how we achieve this and what to really look for when your client creates adaptations to maintain movement at all. Once you can witness and appreciate the events on the process, treatment becomes exciting and efficient, and the results are rewarding.
James Earls is an experienced writer and practitioner who brings an absorbing teaching style to the room and a new dimension for the Bowen Technique with this creative and motivating workshop. If you are serious about your clinic and upskilling. This is the one for 2019.
Jump off the couch and let’s start exploring the possibilities.
Suitable for all therapists with a Bowen twist in the application.
The workshop will be split into roughly equal time on
Presentation of the underlying principles
Interactive Postural and Functional Movement Analysis, and
Learning functional movement interventions and assessments to explore how your client uses their body
This course helps you:
Assess your client’s postural and movement patterns with greater accuracy
Analyse the normal motion of the spine
Understand the connections and correcting mechanisms between the pelvis and the feet
Assess the feet and their role in shock absorption
Relate textbook anatomy to your client’s actual movement patterns
Apply Tom Myers’ Anatomy Trains & Robert Schleip’s Fascial Fitness in function
Effectively identify and correct your client’s faulty movement patterns
Present an introduction to the geometry/character of the connective tissue, to understand fascial and anatomical links through the body & the sequence of events through the joints in normal gait.
Supply you with an understanding of fascial recoil and the roles of mechanoreceptors in the myofascia.
To fully appreciate the significance of tensegrity of fascia and human movement.
Let you explore what switches on the ‘core’, what really corrects pronation, why we flex our elbows to run, and many more functional functional connections and interactions.