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As always this course is packed full of information to assist the movement professional with their teaching and anatomy knowledge. Its particularly useful to see the compensations on different body types. thankyou Tanya and team!
Highly recommend this course for learning about why clients compensate. I found this course extremely helpful to understand why certain muscle groups take over from others. After qualifying in July 2020 as a Pilates Instructor, furthering my education and knowledge to help me best teach my clients is so important to me. I have completed several of Tanya’s courses now and have enjoyed each and every one of them. I use the manuals to refer back on things, which is a great resource to have. This one I found so informative and it will really help me with my teaching practice, it has answered so many questions for me. THANK YOU so much!
As a new-ish Pilates teacher, I am always looking for ways to improve the practical application of the theory I learnt during my study. I vividly remember asking my teacher ‘how can you SEE that, and how do you know what to do’. Her reply was “experience’.
The Why Behind Compensations course answered so many questions for me and made so much sense. I learnt a tonne and know I will revisit it many times.
Thankyou for making these courses succinct, relevant and so practical. This is the eighth course I have purchased and I know that I will continue to learn through your courses.
Thanks to this course I can now look at my clients with more understanding in the WHY of their compensations and not just trying to fix the problem.
I highly recommend “The why behind compensations” online program! This program has over two+ hours of how to spot common compensations and how to correct them with precise exercises utilizing small props like a stability ball and tone loops/Thera-Bands. Particularly this program looks closely at the relationship of gluteus maximus vs. hamstrings, hip flexors vs. back extensors and lumbar back extensors vs. thoracic back extensors. It also dives into why clients have sleeping muscles, and the presenters use anatomy on real bodies to help you truly understand the “why” behind all of these compensations.
In this course we assess the most common compensations that occur while your clients are exercising in detail. You will learn the reason for the compensations and how to avoid them through effective cueing. Improve your critical thinking and finally understand the biomechanics behind compensations when assessing negative movement patterns.
This course was designed to give you, the professional, an in-depth look into the common compensations that occur during exercise and how to avoid them. You will learn:
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