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.
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.
It is time to MAKE SENSE OF POSTURES! No more boxes or stereotypes, just real people with different bodies. Now we are talking CLIENT SPECIFIC assessments. Myths busted!
As we age or do specific sports, our knees take a lot of strain which results in: •Wear & tear of the joint or instability within the joint. •Predominant muscles or movement compensations. Knee stability is reliant on hip & pelvic stability & therefore a comprehensive assessment of a client or patients’ habitual knee, hip & pelvic patterns is necessary. Client movement or musculo-skeletal restrictions have to be considered because this will affect the client specific program. This course provides you with a comprehensive yet safe knee stability program with the additional factors that affect knee stability.
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.
Our hips must have the ability to carry us for as long as we live. Once these are injured, then our daily life is affected tremendously. This course is going to give you the knowledge and the tools to assist your clients and patients in creating strength and stability in the hip. They will be able to perform daily movements with ease or even to enhance their current sport.Are you ready to see; our style of presentation and quality of content? Then Let’s DO THIS!