The fundamentals of safe cervical training is addressed in this course. We look at the all the elements that form a great cervical exercise program and how to implement these effectively. What anatomy is involved, how do we stretch the neck effectively and what exercise program will create optimal neck health through creating tension release, aligned functional strength and less aches and pains. We introduce you to the importance of the Brace Triangle and how, through implementing this concept, the neck is able to function on a stable base.
This course enables the Movement Professional to teach an effective neck program that will encourage better alignment and functional strength within the neck. The professional will also learn all precautionary measures as well as what to avoid if certain pathologies were or are present. After completing this course, the professional will also have a deeper understanding of safe training for the neck as well as a full exercise program that can be used for their clients.
Tanya Thompson – Founder of Pilates Unlimited the Art of Movement, 20 years’ experience, Dance Diploma at Tshwane University of Technology, founder of Kinetic Precision International, Pilates Unlimited and Of-courseonline.com
Lameez Kourie – Course Facilitator for Pilates Unlimited – the Art of Movement and Of-CourseOnline.com, 11 years’ experience with a Degree in Officiating and Coaching Science.
Spinal movement, rehabilitation & pathology start to make perfect sense as you delve into this in-depth Of-CourseOnline course. Throw all generic spinal programs away & become a Master of Spinal Program Design. Dig deep into the anatomy & more importantly, what does the spine feel like when moving & WHY?
‘Training your eye’ is a fundamental skill that is needed for any Movement or Rehabilitation Professional. In order to assist a client or patient in obtaining optimal results, the 5 fundamental Movement Principles (hip-flexor abdominal co-ordination, hip disassociation, spinal articulation and isolation, shoulder free movement and stability and mind-body connection) need to be addressed with a ‘hawks’ eye from the Professional. Knowing exactly what you are looking for with regards to each movement principle and how to fix any compensation in that movement will enable your client or patient to obtain optimal results in any rehabilitation program.
This course enables the Movement Professional to note all compensations as well as bring in the 5 fundamental Movement Principles that will create a holistic, full-body approach to any exercise program. If health whilst training is what you are after then this is exactly what every single client or patient needs to be able to accomplish. You will now be able to view assess and correct the compensations that occur within the 5 Fundamental Movement Principles.
The fundamentals of training a client or patient with Osteoarthritis is addressed in this course. Look at the theory behind Osteoarthritis: the precautions, risks and symptoms as well as the goals for their exercise program. Learn a comprehensive Osteoarthritic focused exercise program that will ensure safety for your client or patient when exercising. The program illustrates modifications and assists that are relevant to making their program safe and effective and will encourage joint care and longevity.
This course enables the Movement Professional to teach an Osteoarthritic exercise class with safety and efficiency in mind. They will gain insight into the finer details of Osteoarthritis and what the necessities are when teaching an Osteoarthritic client movement and exercise. The Movement Professional will then be able to offer their client or patient a class with the ultimate goal being joint care and longevity.
The fundamentals of safe sacroiliac joint training are addressed in this course. We look at the all the factors that cause SIJ instability, the anatomy involved as well as the various changes that can occur in the SIJ when it is irritated. What movements should the SIJ be able to do, how much range of movement should it have and most importantly, understanding the anatomy in relation to movement on a client specific level. Learn a comprehensive SIJ exercise program that incorporates slings as well as modified hip stability exercises that are ideal to assist a sensitive SIJ.
This course enables the Movement Professional to teach an effective SIJ program that will encourage better alignment and functional strength within the SIJ. The professional will also learn all precautionary measures as well as what to avoid with an irritated SIJ. After completing this course, the professional will also have a deeper understanding of safe training for the SIJ as well as a full exercise program that can be used for their clients.